Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society Volume 42-43
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ... the Sun about the Bquinoxes from the mean of 1175 observations. These were the radical points by which the R.A.s of the other stars were reduced. In "Bradley's Astronomical Observations (l: ornsby)," vol. i. Made with a 6-ft. mural circle. In "Acad. dos. Sciences Mems., 1764, ' p. 406. " A Complete Catalogue of the Fixed Stars, with their respective places in the Heavens, as settled from the latest and most accurate Observations made both at Home and Abroad." In " Miscellanea Scientifica Curiosa, London," no date, No. iv. p. 98, Stars in the Constellation Aries (66); No. v. p. 126, ditto Taurus (141); No. vi. p. 164, ditto Gezni-ni (87); No. vii. p. 188, ditto Cancer (82). " Table de Differences d'Ascension Droite pour 1 10 Etoiles tiree des Catalogues de M. Lacaille, Bradley, Mayer, et Le Monnier, Recueil pour les Astronomes," tome iii. p. 122. Lacaille's Observations, reduced by M. Bailly. In "Ephemerides des Mouveinents Celestes, 1763." "Tables for computing the Apparent Places of the Fixt Stars, London, 1774," p. 5. The R.A.s from observations in 1765 to 1769 of differences of R.A. with a Aquila; N.P.D.s from observations in 1765. "Tables d'Etoiles Circonpolaires." In "Recueil pour lss Astronomes," tomes ii. p. 75, and iii. p. 1. "Catalogues of the Concluded Mean Right Ascensions of Stars compared with a Aquila, arranged by the Rev. R. Main." In "Greenwich Observations, 1851," Appendix ii. " M.asl1elyne's Ledgers of Stars." "De Novis in Cwlo Sidereo Phmnomenis, Mannheim, 1779," p. 127. Tabula Nova Stellarum Duplicium ex Obscrvationibus in Specula Electorali...
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