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Reduction of the observations of the moon
Royal Greenwich Observatory.
by Printed by G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode, printers to the Queen, for H.M. Stationery Office, sold by J. Murray in London
Written in English
|Statement||computed under the superintendence of George Biddell Airy ; forming a continuation to the Reduction of the observations of the moon from 1750 to 1830 ; published by order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.|
|Contributions||Airy, George Biddell, Sir, 1801-1892.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 225,  p,|
|Number of Pages||225|
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With three spreadsheets we reproduce the computations for the sight reduction of the Moon observation presented in Figure on p. Given the dead-reckoning (DR) position and the recorded time of observation (UT), the Moon sextant altitude (lower-limb) is reduced to intercept distance and azimuth needed to plot the associated line of position (LOP) according to the intercept.
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Reduction of the observations of the moon, made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, from to Author: George Biddell Airy ; Hugh Breen, Sr. ; Royal Greenwich Observatory. Observation and reduction of occultations of stars by the moon: with a determination of the resulting longitude of the Flower observatory, and corrections to the right ascension, declination and semi-diameter of the moon.
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Reduction of the observations of the moon: made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, from to / By Sir George Biddell Airy, Great Britain. Topics include Hill's equations of motion, non-solar perturbations, improved lunar ephemeris, optical and physical libration of the moon, and adjustment of heliometric observations of the moon's libration.
The text then elaborates on the dynamics of the earth-moon system, photometry of the moon, and polarization of moonlight. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MOON.
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Set aside some time each day to look at the Moon. Record your observations in the log provided on the back of this page. Once you have completed your observations for the whole month, answer the questions below. Aleshkina, E. Yu., Krasinsky, G. A. and Vasilyev, M. V.:‘Construction of the numerical theory of rotation and orbital motion of the moon taking into account the tidal effects from LLR observations’, in: Abstract Book of the Conference Astrometry, Geodynamics and Celestial Mechanics at the Turn of XXIth Century, June, St Cited by: