| Thomas Keith - Astronomy - 1811 - 388 pages
...the places on the globe which have no latitude. 4. What is the greatest latitude a place can have ? **PROBLEM II. To find all those places which have the...as any given place. Rule. Bring the given place to** that part of the brass meridian which is numbered from the equator towards the poles, and observe its... | |
| John Lathrop - Astronomy - 1812 - 218 pages
...hour . . . . . .87 Performed by the Terrestrial Globe. 1. To find the latitude of any place . . .88 2. **To find all those places which have the same latitude, as any given place** . . . .89 3. To find the longitude of any place . . . ib. 4. To find all those places which have the... | |
| Thomas Keith - Astronomy - 1819 - 380 pages
...the places on the globe which hare no latitude. 4. What is the greatest latitude a place can have ? **PROBLEM II. To find all those places which have the...as any given place. Rule. Bring the given place to** that part of the brass meridian which is numbered from the equator towards the poles, and observe ils... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1821 - 408 pages
...globe which have no latitude. \: What is the greatest latitude a place can have ? PROBLEM II. Tojind **all those places which have the same latitude as any given place. RULE. Bring the given place to** that part of the brass meridian which is numbered from the equator towards the poles, and observe its... | |
| James M'Intire - Globes - 1823 - 232 pages
...the same degree of latitude, in the opposite hemisphere you will find the Antceci. For the Periasd. **Bring the given place to the brass meridian, and observe its latitude,** set the index of the hour circle to 12, turn the globe half round, or till the index points to the... | |
| S. Treeby - Astronomy - 1826 - 244 pages
...the same length as those of Plymouth, Cagliari; and Grand Cairo? PROBLEM If. To find the Longitude of **any given place. RULE. Bring the given place to the brass meridian, and observe** the number of degrees marked on the equator, under the brass meridian, which is the required longitude... | |
| James Ryan - Astronomy - 1827 - 408 pages
...sovereigns of Europe, from the year 1815 till his death in 1821 ? PROBLEM II. To find all those places that **have the same latitude as any given place. RULE. Bring the given place to the** brazen meridian, and mark the degree over it ; turn the globe round, and all places passing under the... | |
| James Charlton - Geography - 1829 - 250 pages
..... . ; ., To JinXfhe Antoeci, Perioeci, and the Antipodes ofam/place. liut.v..—For the Antoeci.— **Bring the given place to the brass meridian, and observe its latitude.** In the .opposite hemisphere under the same degree of latitude, you will find the Antoeci. For the Perioeci... | |
| L. Ring - 1831 - 200 pages
...••'• PnoB'tEM-111.' — To find those places which have • the same degree of latitude with **any given place. Rule. — Bring the given place to...meridian, and observe its latitude ; turn the globe** gently, and all those places which pass under the same degree, will have the same latitude. Examples.... | |
| Hervey Wilbur - Astronomy - 1831 - 170 pages
...of the wooden horizon. PSOBLEM VII. — To find the Anteeci, Perioeci, and Antipodes of any place. **Bring the given place to the brass meridian, and observe its latitude,** then under the same degree of latitude, in the opposite hemisphere you will find the Anteeci. Set the... | |
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