The sidereal time for which any set of quantities is given can be found by interpolation from these numbers. The following is an example of the reduction of a star to apparent place by the Besselian star-numbers : — Computation of the apparent place,... The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac - Page 562by United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1906Full view - About this book
| United States. Congress. House - 1885 - 558 pages
...the apparent place of the star may be determined when it is not convenient to compute these numbers. **The following is an example of the reduction of a star to apparent place by the** independent star-numbers: — Computation of the apparent place of" lioolisfor 1888, July %,for tlte... | |
| 1895 - 578 pages
...the apparent place of the star may be determined when it is not convenient to compute these numbers. **The following is an example of the reduction of a star to apparent place by the** independent star-numbers: — Computation of the apparent place of 4.1 Libra for tSyo, March to, for... | |
| 1898 - 580 pages
...sidereal time for which any set of quantities is given can be found by interpolation from these numbers. **The following is an example of the reduction of a...Besselian star-numbers : — Computation of the apparent** place, of v Aquarii for iScq, August /7, for the upper transit at Washington. (Page 283) Mean Place,... | |
| 1900 - 662 pages
...gives the fraction of a year, counted from the beginning of the Besselian fictitious year to each date. **The following is an example of the reduction of a star to apparent place by the** independent star-numbers: — Computation of the apparent place of w Aquarii for icoi, August /7, for... | |
| United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1915 - 798 pages
...accuracy is desired the logarithms of A, C, and D are sometunes needed to five places of decimals. **Along with the solar day, the first column contains...of the reduction of a star to apparent place by the** Bessehan star-numbers: Computation of the apparent place of 2 Aquilx, July 2, 1917, for the upper transit... | |
| United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1890 - 558 pages
...quantities is given can be found by interpolation from these numbers. The following is an example ol **the reduction of a star to apparent place by the Besselian star-numbers: — Computation of the apparent** place of a Hydra for 1891, Feb. 14, for the upper transit at Washington. 9 22 14.632 (Star-Catalogue)... | |
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