The heliocentric latitude is counted from the true ecliptic of the date The Logarithm of Radius Vector is the logarithm of the distance of the center of the planet from that of the Sun, at the Greenwich mean noon whose date is given in the first column.... The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac - Page 561by United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1906Full view - About this book
| United States. Congress. House - 1885 - 558 pages
...the planet from the node. The heliocentric latitude is counted from the moving plane of the ecliptic. **The Logarithm of Radius Vector is the logarithm of the distance of the** centre of the planet from that of the sun, at each Greenwich mean noon given in the first column. The... | |
| 1895 - 578 pages
...the planet from the node. The heliocentric latitude is counted from the moving plane of the ecliptic. **The Logarithm of Radius Vector is the logarithm of the distance of the** centre of the planet from that of the sun, at each Greenwich mean noon given in the first column. The... | |
| 1898 - 580 pages
...the planet from the node. The heliocentric latitude is counted from the moving plane of the ecliptic. **The Logarithm of Radius Vector is the logarithm of the distance of the** centre of the planet from that of the sun, at each Greenwich mean noon given in the first column. The... | |
| 1900 - 662 pages
...node, plus the distance from the node to the planet. The heliocentric latitude is counted from the true **ecliptic of the date The Logarithm of Radius Vector...the Earth, for the Greenwich noon indicated on the** left hand side of the page, and for the time which is midway between that date and the date next below... | |
| United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1915 - 798 pages
...the node, plus the distan« from the node to the planet. The heliocentric latitude is referred to the **ecliptic of the date. The Logarithm of Radius Vector...of the center of the planet from that of the Sun.** PART //.—THE EPHEMERIS FOR THE MERIDIAN OF WASHINGTON. Pages 200-201 contain formulae for reducing... | |
| United States Naval Observatory. Nautical Almanac Office - 1884 - 558 pages
...the planet from the node. The heliocentric latitude is counted from the moving plane of the ecliptic. **The Logarithm of Radius Vector is the logarithm of the distance of the** c¿ntre of the planet from that of the sun, at each Greenwich mean noon given in the first column.... | |
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