## Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 68; Volumes 1907-1908Priestley and Weale, 1908 Includes lists of additions to the Society's library, usually separately paged. |

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**coefficients**A and B by cosec 65 ° for Table I. , and cosec 35 ° for Table II . , we get the error of the Sun's axis , which we may now express ( as Carrington does ) 100 Prof. Turner , Position of Sun's Axis of Rotation , LXVIII . 2 , Page 149

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**coefficients**less than 0003. I have done the same in transcribing from my manu- scripts , except occasionally where a smaller**coefficient**comes in the middle of a long series , or where Newcomb or Radau give a**coefficient**greater than o ... Page 166

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**coefficient**of the primary with argument Q. * In many cases these secondaries are of the same order of magnitude as ...**coefficients**of the primaries . The sums of these two lines constitute the complete**coefficients**for the indirect ... Page 167

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**coefficient**nearly so large as that of 2 / + Q Q + 1 . The latter is frequently sensible , while there are no terms with the former argument . This arises , again , from the peculiarities of the method of the variation of arbitrary ... Page 168

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**coefficients**for this portion should therefore be diminished in the ratio 78. The corresponding correction for the direct action is smaller , and its amount depends on the particular term under con- sideration . In the short period ...### Other editions - View all

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angle appear Astrographic axis bright brighter Cape Catalogue centre coefficient colour column comet comparison stars computed corrections correlation curve cyanogen David Gill deduced determination distance Double Stars drift E. E. Barnard Earth eclipse epoch equation equatorial faint formula give given Greenwich groups heliometer instrument Julian Day Jupiter latitude lens Lick Observatory limb lines longitude magnitude Max Wolf mean measures meridian method Monthly Notices Moon nebula nucleus number of stars observations obtained orbit outer condensation paper parallax Paris perihelion perihelion passage period perturbations photographs planet plates position present Professor proper motion reduced reflector refraction refractor region right ascension ring Royal Observatory satellite Saturn seen Sept solar spectra spectral class spectroheliograph spectroscope spectrum spot stellar sun-spot Sun's surface Table telescope tion variable Yerkes Observatory zone ΙΟ