Lunar and time tables, adapted to new methods for finding the longitude by chronometers and lunar distances. With an appendix

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1849 - 80 pages
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Page 188 - That is, the sines of the sides of a spherical triangle are proportional to the sines of the opposite angles.
Page 3 - The civil day, which is that used by the generality of mankind, begins at midnight, and ends at the midnight following : it is divided into two parts of 12 hours each ; the first...
Page 191 - A COLLECTION OF EXAMPLES Of the Applications of the Differential and Integral Calculus...
Page 60 - ADD TOGETHER THE LOGARITHMS OF THE SECOND AND THIRD TERMS, AND FROM THEIR SUM SUBTRACT THE LOGARITHM OF THE FIRST...
Page 35 - ... will be the right ascension of the meridian ; the difference between which and the right ascension of the...
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Page 3 - The civil day, which is that adopted for the usual purposes of business, begins at midnight, and ends at the midnight following ; it is divided into two parts of 12 hours each ; the first 12 are marked AM, signifying ante meridiem, ie before the meridian or noon ; and the other 12 are marked p.
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Page 10 - ... will be the right ascension of the meridian. From the right ascension of the meridian (increased by 24 hours if necessary) subtract the sun's right ascension...
Page 7 - ... 2. Absolute Times. [1.] To convert Apparent Time into Mean Time. 605. Reduce the Equation of Time, taken from page I. of the Nautical Almanac, or from Table 62 by No. 583, or 584, and apply it to the given App.

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