Reduction of the Greenwich Planetary Observations, 1831 to 1835: Forming Appendix 2 to the Greenwich Observations, 1864

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1864 - Planets - 43 pages
 

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Page viii - Lalande, for which tables of reduction to the epoch 1800 have been published by Prof. Schumacher.
Page viii - Novgorod, situés entre les latitudes 58° 23' et 60° 56' et entre les longitudes 1° 46' et 9° 34' à l'est de Poulkova. FEDOBENKO. Positions moyennes, pour l'époque de 1790, des étoiles circompolaires, dont les observations ont été publiées par Jérôme Lalande dans les Mémoires de l'Académie de Paris de 1789 et 1790.
Page ix - ... 14. Astronomical Observations made at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, in April, May, June, July, August, and September 1833. By John Pond, Esq. Astronomer-Royal. Supplements to the Greenwich Observations for the years 1830-32. By John Pond, Esq. Astronomer-Royal. Catalogue of 1112 Stars, reduced from observations made at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, from the years 1816 to 1833.
Page ix - Catalogue of Circumpolar Stars deduced from the observations of Stephen Groombridge, Esq., FRS ; edited by G.

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