| Ephemerides - 1833 - 634 pages
...Mean Time, the angular distances between the rentres of the Moon and certain heaven!; bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre of the Earth.** WheTi » Lunar Distance has been observed on the surface of the Earth, and reduced to the centre, by... | |
| Nautical almanacs - 1835 - 548 pages
...Mean Time, the angular distances between the centres of the Moon and certain heavenly bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre of the Earth. When** t Lunar Distance has been observed on the surface of the Earth, and reduced to the centre, by clearing... | |
| Nautical almanacs - 1835 - 618 pages
...every third hour of Gì Time, the angular distances between the centres of the Moon and ce bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre of the** Ea Lunar Distance has been observed on the surface of the Earth, and centre, by clearing it of the... | |
| Ephemerides - 1841 - 630 pages
...Time, the angular distances between the apparent centres of the Moon and certain heavenly bodies, euch **as they would appear to an observer at the centre...the Earth. When a Lunar Distance has been observed** on the surface of the Earth, and reduced to the centre, by clearing it of the effects of parallax and... | |
| Janet Taylor - Nautical astronomy - 1842 - 592 pages
...the angular distanee of the moon's centre from that of the sun, and from the other celestial bodics **above mentioned, for every third hour of Greenwich...appear to an observer at the centre of the earth. When,** therefore, a lunar distanee has been observed at any distant place and reduced to the centre by clearing... | |
| Ephemerides - 1842 - 624 pages
...Time, the angular distances between the apparent centres of the Moon and certain heavenly bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre...the Earth. When a Lunar Distance has been observed** on the surface of the Earth, and reduced to the centre, by clearing it of the effects of parallax and... | |
| Ephemerides - 1843 - 634 pages
...Time, the angular distances between the apparent centres of the Moon and cab: heavenly bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre of the** EirtL When a Lunar Distance has been observed on the surface of the Earth, and redasto the centre,... | |
| 1845 - 396 pages
...Time, the angular distances between the apparent centres of the Moon and certain heavenly bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre...the Earth. When a Lunar Distance has been observed** on the surface of the Earth, and reduced to the centre, by clearing it of the effects of parallax and... | |
| Almanacs, American - 1845 - 404 pages
...Time, the angular distances between the apparent centres of the Moon and certain heavenly bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre...the Earth. When a Lunar Distance has been observed** on the surface of the Earth, and reduced to the centre, by clearing it of the effects of parallax and... | |
| George Coleman (F.R.A.S.) - 1846 - 488 pages
...being the angular distances between the apparent centres oí the moon and certain heavenly bodies, such **as they would appear to an observer at the centre...the earth. When a lunar distance has been observed** on the surface of the earth, and reduced to the centre, by clearing it of the effects of parallax and... | |
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