224 Make the following addition to the example worked out : 237 In the example worked out the horizontal parallax should be 205 The analytical expression in this page is incorrectly printed: it will be found correct in its proper place in Part II. 14° 55' 50° 48' N. 99 A.M. 99 CONTENTS. Fage Given lat. from and lat. in, to find true diff. lat. Given compass course and variation, to find true course Deviation of compass from local attraction Given compass course, variation and deviation, to find true course. Given true course, variation and deviation, to find compass course. Given compass course, variation, deviation, and leeway, to find III. Given lat. and long. in, to find course and distance (by middle IV. Given course and distance, to find lat. and long. in (by middle Astronomical and Nautical terms and definitions . The solar year and sidereal year To find the time at any place having given the Greenwich VI. To find the Greenwich date (second method) Explanation and use of the Nautical Almanac. VII. To take out of the Nautical Almanac for any given time the sun's declination (first method) XII. To take out the moon's declination and right ascension . To take out a planet's right ascension and declination . 87 XVI. Given mean solar time and the equation of time to find apparent solar time, and the converse XVII. Given mean solar time to find sidereal time. Rules for finding the Latitude. XXVII. To find the latitude by meridian altitudes of a circum- XXVIII. To find the latitude by sun's meridian altitude XXIX. To find the latitude by sun's meridian altitude in arti- ficial horizon XXX. To find the latitude by moon's meridian altitude pole XXXIV. To find the latitude by sun's altitude near the meridian XXXVII. To find the latitude by double altitude of two stars XLI. To find the longitude from the above observations XLIII. To find error of chronometer on mean time at the XLIV. To find the error of chronometer on mean time at LV. To find longitude by sun lunar, altitudes calculated. 230 LVI. To find longitude by star lunar, altitudes calculated. 236 |