## Reduction of the observations made by Bradley at Kew and Wansted: to determine the quantities of aberration and nutation (Google eBook) |

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18 Camelop 18 Camelopardi 35 Camelop 9 Aurigae Aberration and Nutation Aberration Sum Reduced Cassiopeae Constant of Aberration CONTINUATION OF TABLE Day of Observation deduced denote Division of Microm Division Seconds Precession Draconis 35 Camelopardi f Ursae maj fixed dot formulae for Nutation instrument June 16 June 9 Kew observations line of collimation Lunar Nutation Solar Lunar Solar Aberration Lunar Solar Nutation mean error micrometer screw Names of Stars Nutation Aberration Sum Nutation Nutation Nutation Solar Nutation o"oo Observation Day Observation Division Seconds Observation Observation Precession Observation Precession Lunar observations at Kew period Persei y Persei plumbline bisected Precession Lunar Nutation Precession Lunar Solar Reduced to 1730 results Seconds Nutation 1727 Seconds Precession Lunar series of observations Solar Aberration Sum Solar Nutation Aberration Sum Reduced Division TABLE IV.—Aberration telescope unknown quantities URS^E Ursee Ursse zenith distances

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Page 4 - Referring to diagram, let aeb be the focal image of an object ACB and E position of eye, then the apparent angle under which ACB is seen is AOB (EO being infinitely small compared with OC). Suppose AOB...