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" NOTE. If the time of the sun or a star's rising or setting be required in mean time, the equation of time taken from the Nautical Almanac must be applied to the apparent time, found as in the preceding examples. "
Mathematical Tables Consisting of Logarithms of Numbers 1 to 108000 ... - Page xxxiii
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A complete set of nautical tables

John William Norie - 1836
...Or... 0 18 AM NOTE. If the time of the sun or a star's rising or setting be required in mean time, the equation of time taken from the Nautical Almanac, must be applied to the apparent time, found as in the preceding Examples. Afier the same manner, the mean time of the rising and setting of the planets...
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An epitome of navigation, and nautical astronomy, with the improved lunar tables

Janet Taylor - Transportation - 1842
...from 12 h. will give half the time of its remaining above the horizon, with which proceed as above. To obtain the mean time of the sun or a star's rising...of time, taken from the Nautical Almanac, must be applicd to the apparent time found as above. The mean time of the rising and setting of the planets,...
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An epitome of navigation and nautical astronomy, with improved lunar tables ...

Mrs. Janet Taylor - Transportation - 1851
...half the tirrite of its remaining above the horizon, with which proceed as above. To obtain the'mean time of the sun or a star's rising or setting, the...rising and setting of the planets, may be computed in a similar manner, observing to take out their declination and meridional passage from pages 251...
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A new and complete epitome of practical navigation

John William Norie - Transportation - 1852
...ani-^wtru . _ NOTE. If the time of the sun or a star 8 rising or setting be required in mean time, the equation of time taken from the Nautical Almanac, must be applied to the apparent time, found as in the preceding examples. After the same manner, the mean time of the rising and setting of the planets...
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A complete set of nautical tables

John William Norie - 1877
...19 AM XXIX. NOTE. If the time of the sun or a star's rising or setting be required in mean time, the equation of time taken from the Nautical Almanac must be applied to the apparent time, found as in the preceding examples. After the same manner, the mean time of the rising and setting of the planets...
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