But the star being at a distance from the pole equal to 1° 30' nearly. It performs a revolution about the pole in a circle, the polar distance of which is 1° 30': the time of revolution is 23 h. and 56 min. To the eye of an observer this star is continually... Elements of Surveying: With the Necessary Tables - Page 97by Charles Davies - 1830 - 306 pagesFull view - About this book
| Charles Davies - 1837 - 342 pages
...revolution about the pole in a circle, the polar distance of which is 1° 34' : the time of revolution is **23 h. and 56 min. To the eye of an observer, this...meridian again. When at its greatest distance from** 4,he meridian, east or west, it is said to be at its greatest eastern or western elongation. , The... | |
| Charles Davies - 1841 - 414 pages
...revolution about the pole in a circle, the polar distance of which is 1° 34': the time of revolution is **23 h. and 56 min. To the eye of an observer, this...apparently moves east or west, for 5 h. and 59 min.,** arid then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the meridian, east or west,... | |
| Charles Davies - 1857 - 424 pages
...of an observer, this star is continually in motion, and is due north but twice in 23 h. 56 rain. ; **and is then said to be on the meridian. Now, when it** departa from the meridian, it apparently moves east or west, for 5 h. and 59 min., and then returns... | |
| 1864 - 80 pages
...eye of an observer, this star is continually in motion, and is DUE NORTH but twice in 23 h. 56m. ; **and is then said to be on THE MERIDIAN. Now, when...the meridian, it apparently moves east or west, for** 6 h. and 59 rain., and then returns to the meridian again. "When at it3 greatest distance from the... | |
| Charles Davies - 1866 - 448 pages
...revolution about the pole in a circle, the polaf distance of which is 1° 30' : *the time of revolution is **23 h. and 56 min. To the eye of an observer, this...the meridian, it apparently moves east or west, for** б h. and 69 min., and then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the meridian,... | |
| J. H. Hawes - 1868 - 252 pages
...revolution about the pole in a circle, the polar distance of which is 1° 30': the time of revolution is **23 h. and 56 min. To the eye of an observer, this...it apparently moves east or west, for 5 h. and 59** m., and then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the meridian, east or... | |
| INSTRUCTIONS TO THE SURVEYORS GENERAL OF PUBLIC LANDS OF THE UNITED STATES. - 1871 - 106 pages
...26 5 28 5 07 4 13 5 03 f> 53 5 24 4 46 Unknown _i_2' 5 2 3 2 1.4 1 4 1 6 2 2 4 2,7 1.8 1.4 2.7 3.1 **To the eye of an observer this star is continually...the meridian it apparently moves east or 'west for** 5h. and 59 m., and then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the meridian,... | |
| J. H. Hawes - 1873 - 234 pages
...revolution about the pole in a circle, the polar distance of which is 1° 30': the time of revolution is **23 h. and 56 min. To the eye of an observer, this...the meridian, it apparently moves east or west, for** 5h. and 59m., and then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the meridian,... | |
| United States. General Land Office - 1881 - 138 pages
...observer this star is continually in motion, and is due north but twice in 23 hours and 56 minutes; **and is then said to be on the meridian. Now, when...the meridian, it apparently moves east or west for 5** hours and 59 minutes, and then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the... | |
| Charles Davies - 1883 - 578 pages
...motion, and is due north but twice in 23 hours and 56 minutes, and is then said to be on the meridian. **When it departs from the meridian, it apparently moves east or west for 5** hours and 59 minutes, and then returns to the meridian again. When at its greatest distance from the... | |
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