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(RQ:Montaigne Florio Essayes)to make of our knowne earth a bright shining planet (transterm)?
(quote-book)|title=Tom Jones|publisher=Folio Society|year_published=1973|page=288|passage=The moon(..)began to rise from her bed, where she had slumbered away the day, in order to sit up all night. Jones had not travelled far before he paid his compliments to that beautiful planet, and, turning to his companion, asked him if he had ever beheld so delicious an evening?
(quote-book)|title=Religion and the Decline of Magic|publisher=Folio Society|year_published=2012|page=361|passage=Another of Boehme's followers, the Welshman Morgan Llwyd, also believed that the seven planets could be found within man.
A body which is massive enough to be in equilibrium (generally resulting in being an ellipsoid) but not enough to attain fusion and, in Astronomical Union|IAU usage, which directly orbits a star (or star cluster) and dominates the region of its orbit; specifically, in the case of the system, the eight major bodies of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. (defdate)
(hypo)|exoplanet|extrasolar planet|planet (q)|gas giant|giant planet|hycean planet|ice giant|inferior planet|inner planet |planet (q)|major planet|mesoplanet|planet (q)|outer planet|Planet Earth|planet (q)|Red Planet|planet (q)|planet (q)|silicate planet|silicon planet|supergiant planet|superior planet|superplanet|terrestrial planet|water planet
(quote-book)|section=title|passage=A Discovrse concerning a New Planet. Tending to prove, That 'tis probable our Earth is one of the Planets|title=A Discovrse concerning a New Planet. Tending to prove, That 'tis probable our Earth is one of the Planets
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