## Astronomical Tables and Formulæ Together with a Variety of Problems Explanatory of Their Use and Application: To which are Prefixed the Elements of the Solar System ... |

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A.cos a.sin annual apparent diameter apsides ascending node assumed equal astronomers barometer centre commencement computing considered as unity correction cos² deduced degree denotes determined earth being considered eccentricity ecliptic ephemeris Equal Altitudes equation of Equal equinoxes Fahr formula given angle given side greatest equation Greenwich half the major horizontal parallax hour angle Interval Log Jupiter Laplace latitude logarithms lunar major axis mean anomaly mean distance mean longitude mean motion mean sidereal revolution mean solar days mean synodical revolution Mercury meridian moon's node motion in 365 Nautical Almanac nearly nutation Obliq Obliquity observations orbit is inclined p.sin Pallas pendulum perigee perihelion phænomenon planet Pole precession present century quantity refraction Right Ascension satellites Saturn secular variation semidiameter sin² sin³ solstice star sun considered sun's syzigies Table tan³ thermometer tion true longitude Uranus Venus Vesta whence whilst x.cos zenith distance