| United States. Congress. House - 1885 - 558 pages
...positive, the true longitudes are greater than those referred to the mean equinox; while the contrary is **true- when the correction has the negative sign. The...from January 0 to each of the dates following. The** SuiCs Aberration is the quantity which is to be applied to the true longitude of the sun in order to... | |
| 1895 - 578 pages
...positive, the true longitudes are greater than those referred to the mean equinox; while the contrary is **true when the correction has the negative sign. The...Precession of Equinoxes in Longitude, from January** io to each of the dates following. The Sun's Aberration is the quantity which is to be applied to the... | |
| 1898 - 580 pages
...positive, the true longitudes are greater than those referred to the mean equinox; while the contrary is **true when the correction has the negative sign. The...Precession of Equinoxes in Longitude, from January** о to each of the dates following. The Sun's Aberration is the quantity which is to be applied to the... | |
| 1900 - 662 pages
...mean equinox ; while the contrary is the case when the correction has the negative sign. The Nutation **in RA is equal to that in longitude, multiplied by the cosine of the obliquity of the ecliptic. The** ¿filiation in Obliquity is the correction to be applied to the mean obliquity of the date, in order... | |
| United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1884 - 558 pages
...positive, the true longitudes are greater tItan those referred to the mean equinox ; while the contrary is **true when the correction has the negative sign. The equation In RA is equal to that in longitude,** multi. plied by the cosine of the obliquity of the ecliptic. The next column gives the Precession of... | |
| United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1890 - 558 pages
...mean equinox ; while the contrary is true when the correction has the negative sigp. The equation /7« **RA is equal to that in longitude, multiplied by the...from January 0 to each of the dates following. The** Sun's Aberration is the quantity which is to be applied to the true longitude of the sun in order to... | |
| 1987 - 560 pages
...apparent sidereal time (GAST) is calculated by adding the equation of the equinoxes (the total nutation **in longitude, multiplied by the cosine of the obliquity of the ecliptic)** to GMST. Following the general practice of this volume, UT implies UT1 in critical applications. Useful... | |
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