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Charles Brent.

Ex-meridian altitude tables, declination (0 -70 ), to which is added an explanation of maximum & minimum altitude, longitude as well as latitude from two observations of a heavenly body when near and on opposite sides of the meridian. Also a solution of the new navigation method online

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Online LibraryCharles BrentEx-meridian altitude tables, declination (0 -70 ), to which is added an explanation of maximum & minimum altitude, longitude as well as latitude from two observations of a heavenly body when near and on opposite sides of the meridian. Also a solution of the new navigation method → online text (page 18 of 18)
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1932 s.

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y Pegasi (Algenib) .. ..3-0


h. m.
738
743
8 10

813
839
9 9

936

10 32
10 52

12 5
1244

1245
1255

13 2

13 6

1311

13 18
1325

13 5 6
14 16
1429

15 3
15 9
15 H
1649
1657
1738

1749
1832

1844
19 19
19 23
1956

20 O

20 4
20 32

2055
21 18
21 32

21 46
22 8
22 20

22 46

23 5

23 14

2334
2358
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039

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i 29

2 8

321

353
4i3
45i

537
627

635


h. m.
725
730

757

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826
856

923
10 19
1039

ii 52
1231
1232

1242
1249
1253

12 58

13 5

13 12
1344

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1450
1456
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1636
1645
17 25

17 36
18 19
1831

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21 5

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21 33
21 55

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22 34

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340
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438

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h. m.
7 8
7 13
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743
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838

9 6

10 I
10 22

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12 14

1224
12 31
12 36

12 40
1247
1254
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1345

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1444

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16 27
17 7

17 19
18 2
18 13

1848
1853
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1929
1934

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2048
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21 l6

21 37

21 50
22 l6

2235
2244

23 4
23 28
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2343

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138
250

322
342
421

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557
6 4


h. m.
6 50

655
722

7 26

751
821

848

944
10 4

n 17
ii 56
ii 56

12 6
12 13
12 18

1223
12 30
1237

13 9

1328

1342
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14 21
14 26

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16 9

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1830

1835
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19 12

19 16
1944

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21 32

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22 17
22 26

22 46

23 10

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2325
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325
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539
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h. m.
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637

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733
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830
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ii 39
ii 39

ii 49
ii 56

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1949
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247
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615
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813
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1042

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ii 43
ii 47
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249
328

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ii 44

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1947
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338
428
436


a Cassiopeia (Schedir) 2-5
ft Ceti (Diphda) 2-1


p Andromedse (Mirach) 2-2
a Eridani (Achemar) ..i-o

a Arietis (Hamal) 2-0
a Ceti (Menkar) 2-7


a Tauri (Aldebarari) ...i-o
a Aurigae (Capella) 0-2
ft Orionis (Rigel) 0-3


ft Tauri (El Nath) 1-9


S Orionis (Mintaka) ... 2-5
Orionis (Alnilam) ...1-8

a Columbse .. . 2-7


K Orionis (Saiph) 2-2


a Orionis (Eetelgue&e) . . I -2

a Argus (Canopus) 0-4
a Canis Maj. (Sirius) - 1-4
Canis Majoris (Adara) 1-5

a 2 Geminorum (Castor] 2-0
a Canis Min. (Procyon) 0-5
ft Geminorum (Pollux) 1-2


a Hydrae (Alphard) ...2-2
a Leonis (Regulus) 1-4

7 1 Leonis (Algeiba) ...2-5
a Ursae Majoris (Dubhe) 2-0
S Leonis (Zosma) 2-8


/3 Leonis (Denebola) . . . 2-2
7 UrsaeMajoris(P/focca)2-6
a 1 Crucis ... .I-O


$* Corvi (Algores) 3-1
/SCorvi 2-8


t Virginis(Ft7ufettu'afr-ta;)3-o
a Virginis (Spied) 1-2


; UrsseMaj.(.fien^nasc&)2-o
/8 Centauri ... . 0-8


a Bootis (Arcturus) 0-3
a 2 Centauri i-o




j3 Librae 2-7


a Coronas 2-4


a Serpentis ( Unukalhai)2-'j

/3 1 Scorpii (Akrab) 3-0
a Scorpii (Antares) 1-2


Herculis 3-1


a Trianguli Australis ...2-2
t\ Ophiuchi .. .. 2-6


a Ophiuchi(^as^aAtte)2-2

y Draconis (Etaniri) ...2-4
a Lyras ( Vega) 0-2


a Aquilae (A Itair) i -o
a Pavonis 2-1


a Cvgni (Deneb) ... 1-3


a Cephei (Alderamiri) 2-6
a Gruis .. 1-9


a Pis. Aust (Fomalhaut) 1-3
a Pegasi (Markab) 2-6



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Online LibraryCharles BrentEx-meridian altitude tables, declination (0 -70 ), to which is added an explanation of maximum & minimum altitude, longitude as well as latitude from two observations of a heavenly body when near and on opposite sides of the meridian. Also a solution of the new navigation method → online text (page 18 of 18)