To take out a planet's right ascension and declination . 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. XX. Given sidereal time to find mean time XXI. Given hour angle to find ship mean 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- XXX. To find the latitude by moon's meridian altitude 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 LVII. To find the variation of the compass, having given the true bearing and compass bearing and deviation |