## Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 68; Volumes 1907-1908Priestley and Weale, 1908 Includes lists of additions to the society's library, usually separately paged. |

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**column**there are two maxima and two minima well indicated , and a comparison with the Tables II . to VII . in " Systematic Motions " shows that they correspond with the maxima and minima in the numbers of stars moving in the different ... Page 122

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**columns**, only half of the term at the top and bottom of each**column**is taken ; the reason is obvious from the geometry of mechanical quadratures . ( dn The factor for reducing dn to seconds of arc is 6π 365'256 a'm'du . The same factor ... Page 149

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**columns**. The first pair , headed B , contains the coefficient and angle as computed by myself ; the second pair , headed N , those of Newcomb ; the third pair , headed R , those of Radau . The coefficients are given in units of o ... Page 166

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**column**gives the arguments of the primaries ( that is , of the terms in R ) , and in line with them are the resulting secondaries for the values of which stand at the head of each**column**. The last line but one gives the sums of these ... Page 177

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**columns**by the number whose log is [ 1.2585 - log a ] , where a is given its value for the revolution under consideration . This does not apply to the constant part of [ d , fd , which is independent of a . Table of the definite ...### Other editions - View all

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angle appear Astrographic axis bright brighter Cape Catalogue centre coefficient colour column comet comparison stars computed corrections correlation curve cyanogen David Gill deduced determination distance Double Stars drift E. E. Barnard Earth eclipse epoch equation equatorial faint formula give given Greenwich groups heliometer instrument Julian Day Jupiter latitude lens Lick Observatory limb lines longitude magnitude Max Wolf mean measures meridian method Monthly Notices Moon nebula nucleus number of stars observations obtained orbit outer condensation paper parallax Paris perihelion perihelion passage period perturbations photographs planet plates position present Professor proper motion reduced reflector refraction refractor region right ascension ring Royal Observatory satellite Saturn seen Sept solar spectra spectral class spectroheliograph spectroscope spectrum spot stellar sun-spot Sun's surface Table telescope tion variable Yerkes Observatory zone ΙΟ