Observations Made in Astronomy, Magnetism and Meteorology
H.M. Stationery Office, 1887 - Astronomy
Vols. for 1841-1914 include Rates of box and pocket chronometers on trial for purchase by the Board of Admiralty (varies slightly); 1888-1914 include Rates of chronometer watches on trial for purchase by the Board of Admiralty (varies slightly); 1838, 1845- include Reports of the Astronomer Royal to the Board of Visitors (these titles also issued separately).
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OBSERVATIONS ADJUSTMENTS AND CALCULATIONS
Determinations of the Errors of Collimation Level and Azimdth of the Transit
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AD AD AD Adopted Clock Slow Altazimuth apparent motion Apparent Zenith Distance applied in forming Aquarii Aquilas Azimuth Barom Bo÷tis Bradley Camelop Cancri Cassiopeia Cephei 51 Ceti cloudy Colatitude Correction for Reduction defect of illumination Error faint Geocentric N.P.D. Greenwich Observations Groomb Groombridge Herculis HT HT HT interval of Wires June Jupiter Lalande Leonis Librae Majoris Mean N.P.D. Mean R. A. micrometer Microscope-micrometers microscopes were read N.P.D. of Centre Nautical Almanac Observations for 1853 Observed over wire observer respectively Ophiuchi Orionis Parallax Pegasi photoheliograph Piazzi Piscium Polaris S.P. Reduction to Mean Reflex Refraction rently Slow reversion-prism eye piece right ascension Seconds of Transit Sept Serpentis set to readings South Collimator stars S.P. Tabular Tauri telescope-micrometer Thermometer transit-circle transit-micrometer set true meridian Uranus Ursas Minoris Ursť Virginis Wire Nadir Obs wire T set Зо