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" That this universal day is to be a mean solar day ; is to begin for all the world at the moment of mean midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding with the beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian ; and is to be counted from zero up to twenty-four... "
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society - Page 262
by Royal Astronomical Society - 1885
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The Nautical Magazine, Volume 53

1884 - 1126 pages
...declaring the universal day to be the mean solar day, beginning, for all the world, at the moment of mean midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding with the beginning of the civil day, and to be counted from zero up to 24 hours. The resolution further declares that the Conference expresses...
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United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 11, Issues 3-4

1885 - 552 pages
...and fourth resolutions were in regard to the universal day, defining it as beginning at the moment of mean midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding...beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian ; the hours to be counted successively from o to 24. In the sixth resolution, " The Conference expresses...
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Science, Volume 4

John Michels (Journalist) - 1884 - 652 pages
...then proposed that the universal day be a mean solar day, to begin for all the world at the moment of midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding with...beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian, and to be counted from zero up to twentyfour hours. To give time for informally considering this, and for...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 37

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1884 - 572 pages
...recommended by the Conference. It is to be a mean solar day to begin for all the world at the moment of mean midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding...is to be counted from zero up to twenty-four hours. The great volcanic eruption of Krakatoa, in the Straits of Snnda, which took place in August of last...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 37

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1884 - 556 pages
...recommended by the Conference. It is to be a mean solar day to begin for all the world at the moment of mean midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding...that meridian, and is to be counted from zero up to twenty-lour hours. General Strachey and Mr. Scott, that at some barometrical stations the atmospheric...
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The American Journal of Science

1884 - 1100 pages
...than local, this universal day to be a mean solar day, to begin for all the world at the moment of mean midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding...beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian, and to be counted from zero up to twenty-four hours. 5. Meeting of the National Academy of Sciences at...
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Science

1884
...then proposed that the universal day be a mean solar day, to begin for all the world at the moment of midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding with...beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian, and to be counted from zero up to twentyfour hours. To give time for informally considering this, and for...
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Science, Volume 4

1884 - 666 pages
...then proposed that the universal day be a mean solar day, to begin for all the world at the moment of midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding with...beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian, and to be counted from zero up to twentyfour hours. To give time for informally considering tMf, and for...
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Science, Volume 4

1884 - 646 pages
...then proposed that the universal day be a mean solar day, to begin for all the world at the moment of midnight of the initial meridian, coinciding with the beginning of the civil day and dale of that meridian, and to be counted from zero up to twentyfour hours. To give time for informally...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 45; Volumes 1884-1885

Royal Astronomical Society - 1833 - 572 pages
...Netherlands Switzerland Spain Abstaining from voting — Austria-Hungary Germany Brazil San Domingo France Turkey Ayes, 14 ; noes, 5 ; abstaining 6. IV. " That...following vote : — In the affirmative — Brazil Japan Chili Liberia Colombia Mexico Costa Rica Paraguay Great Britain Russia Guatemala United States...
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