| Thomas Keith - 1826 - 504 sider
...to the middle time between the observations be used. (S) PROBLEM xvii. (Plate III. Fig. 12.) Given **the apparent distance of the moon from the sun, or a star,** and their apparent zenith distances, to ßnd their true distance, as seen from the earth's centre.... | |
| David Thomson - 1831 - 316 sider
...Moon or any other Planet, the time may be found, the same as by a fixed Star. i. PROBLEM 11L Given **the Apparent Distance of the Moon from the Sun, or a Star,** together with the Apparent Allitudes of the Objects, and the Moon's Horizontal Parallax : tojind the... | |
| John Farrar - 1833 - 276 sider
...motions, the conclusion t There are many ways of abridging the process for obtaining the true from **the apparent distance of the moon from the sun or a star.** The object of the above is merely to illustrate the essential parts of the operation to the theoretical... | |
| John Farrar - 1833 - 274 sider
...motions, the conclusion t There are many ways of abridging the process for obtaining the true from **the apparent distance of the moon from the sun or a star.** The object of the above is merely to illustrate the essential parts of the operation to the theoretical... | |
| John Pickering - 1838 - 124 sider
...His next paper is only a demonstration of the practical method (given in his Navigator) of correcting **the apparent distance of the moon from the sun, or a star** for the effects of parallax and refraction. The advantage of his rule is, that all the corrections... | |
| Alexander Young - 1838 - 728 sider
...remarks on other parts of the same work, relating to the figure of the earth. Method of correcting **the apparent distance of the Moon from the Sun, or a Star,** for the effects of Parallax and Refraction. On the method of computing the Dip of the Magnetic Needle... | |
| Alexander Young - 1838 - 128 sider
...remarks on other parts of the same work, relating to the figure of the earth. Method of correcting **the apparent distance of the Moon from the Sun, or a Star,** for the effects of Parallax and Kefraction. On the method of computing the Dip of the Magnetic Needle... | |
| Alexander Young - 1838 - 128 sider
...remarks on other parts of the same work, relating to the figure of the earth. Method of correcting **the apparent distance of the Moon from the Sun, or a Star,** for the effects of Parallax and Refraction. On the method of computing the Dip of the Magnetic Needle... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain). Library - 1839 - 816 sider
...planets from the zenith, 2 pts. ; 4 vols, fol. Lmtdon, 1776-1811. (Two copies.) MASKELYNE (NEVIL). **Concise rules for computing the effects of refraction...apparent distance of the Moon from the Sun or a star** ; also an easy rule of approximation for computing the distance of the Moon from a star, the longitudes... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1839 - 498 sider
...to the middle time between the observations be used. PROBLEM xvii. (Plate IIL Fig. 12.) (608) Given **the apparent distance of the moon from the sun, or a star,** and their apparent zenith distances, to find their true distance, as seen from the earth's centre.... | |
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