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Near Approaches to the Stars, and their Occultations by the Planets, for the year 1844.

At the time of Conjunction.
Washington, Mean
Star's Time of apparent

Planet's hourly mo.

Star Name. conjunction in Right Staris appar- Star's apparent n. oras. of Ascension.

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5.6 Jan. 13 3 17 A. 20 57 9.90'17 50 53.8 S. 2 40.1 S.10.02 E. 74.6 N.

5 Feb. 17 7 59 18 23.54 18 42 58.5 4 43.8 7.84 3.3 s. V 5 21 0 0

31 9.36 18 40 49.9 3 55.0 10.01 9.0 N. 5.6 27 9 14 M. 57 10.39 17 50 52.1 5 12.4 N. 12.25 29.0

6 Mar. 11 0 39 A. 22 8 26.16 13 36 17.0 1 54.3 14.73 72.0 38 MP 6 Oct. 20 1 42 12 45 14.37 2 42 24.0 4 25.9 S. 13.94 91.0 S.

4.5 23 0 5 13 1 54.94 4 42 31.9 14 20.7 14.68 98.9 159 (May) 6.7 Dec. 16 8 35 18 52 57.85 25 3 11.1 4 45.7 16.34

22.3 N. 164 (May), 7

17 6 16 58 45.57 24 53 31.0 4 59.7 N. 16.10 26.3 6 20 11 25 19 16 6.29 24 15 30.0 6 22.4 15.06 37.3

23 1 21 M. 30 29.72 23 46 17.0 8 42.3 S. 14.00 44.0 : 196 (May) 6.7

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VENUS.

6.7 Jan. 10 6 15 A. 21 9 21.1418 6 39.5 S. 0 15.8 N. 12.56 E. 53.9 N. 8

26 2 55 M. 22 23 24.91 11 42 1.1 0 32.1 11.74 69.5

27 6 2 A. 31 2.76 10 50 5.7 6 13.7 11.66 70.7 68 (May) 7 Feb. 7 7 12 23 21 26.69 5 22 40.8 5 22.3 11.24 76.7

6 20 10 12 M. 0 17 24.52 1 4 37.8N. 2 24.0 S. 11.00 78.8 6 Mar. 2 9 38 1 5 35.44 6 45 0.4 4 15.9 11.00 76.7

3 51 A. 2 40 35.78 16 48 48.9 1 17.2 N. 11.42 62.5 6 25 4 47 M. 47 38.8717 23 56.9 1 54.7 S. 11.42 61.9 6 Apr. 7 2 11

47 40.02 22 0 52.4 2 9.8 N. 11.78 45.7 6.7 May 16 11 15 6 49 51.92 26 7 21.5 1 14.7 10.54 12.8 S. 6

22 9 47 7 13 59.12 25 20 39.0 4 34.9 S. 9.85 20.2

6 June 13 9 20 8 23 42.18 20 57 53.5 2 13.6 5.75 36.1 $55 (May) 7

16 8 56 A. 30 54.48 20 5 5.1 4 11.8 4.81 36.6 359 (May) 7

17 3 39 M. 31 25.63 20 12 51.6 7 47.1 N. 4.76 36.6 36) (May) 6

17 4 52 M. 8 31 31.20 20 5 25.2 1 2.2 4.76 36.6 6 Oct. 13 7 52 A. 10 26 53.16 9 27 3.6 5 30.4 S.10.29 45.0 TID

3.4 Nov. 7 5 36 12 11 58.18 O 11 46.9 9 47.6 10.77
16.7 24 4 53 M. 13 25 19.706 49 18.4 S. 2 14.4 11.21 64.2
15.6 Dec. 11 2 25 14 40 45.51 13 29 51.7 0 38.3 11.96 57.2
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MARS. (May) 6.7 Jan. 26 6 24 M. O 9 47.37 O 48 19,9N. O 53.3 N. 6.63 E. 43.8 N. 30 (May) 6.7 Feb. 10 9 48 A. 51 44.91 5 38 30.8 9 4.1 6.63 44.1

7 May 31 6 5 6 1 59.30 24 26 55.8 1 47.4 7.22 0.6 项 6 Oct. 22 5 49 M.12 10 38.70 0 4 37.1 2 48.7 5.83

38.3 S.

TUPITER.

2704 (Ba.) 7 Feb. 12 1 45 M. 22 31 55.2810 10 8.8 S. 5 47.7 N. 2.25 E. 13.1 N.

EERSCHEL

6 May 12 0 18 M. 0 17 24.99 1 4 41.1 N. 2 33.3 S. 0.39E.
6 Sept. 23 6 56 A. 28.50 5 3.6 1 16.0 N. 0.37 W'

2.5 N. 2.4 S

ECLIPSES OF THE SATELLITES OF JUPITER IN 1844.

Visible in the United States, in Mean Time at Washington.

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d. h. m.

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Jan. 1
9 23 43.8 A. Em. 2
Aug. 9 3 55 32.6 M.

2 2 5 5 53.6 Im. 3

11 9 37 48.0 A.

3 2 8 32 32.3 Em. 3 12 0 42 5.5 M. Em. 3 12 10 25 49.1

12 5 16 25.8

1 14 4 54 39.2

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13 11 44 57.2 A.

1 14 9 32 14.6 Im. 4 16 6 31 23.4 M.

2 19 3 56 57.0 Em.

19 1 38 42.4

3 21 49 42.9

19 4 42 5.0 Em. 3 26 34 26.6

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19 7 49 10.7 A. Im. 2 31 8 5 43.0

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19 9 51 21.9 Em. Apr. 3 4 50 0.6 M. Im. 2

21 1 39 19.5 M. Im. 1
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26 10 24 57.8 A.

2 May 5 2 42 31.4

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28 3 33 49.8 M.

1 5 4 39 26.4

29 10 2 32.3 A.

1 11 5 24 41.0 Sept. 3 1 0 41.2 M.

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2 28 2 52 12.8 Im. 1

13 1 52 3.5

1 28 3 13 24.2 Em. 4 14 8 20 45.4 A.

1 30 1 50 48.0 Im. 2

16 5 45 47.7

3 June 1 5 29 23.9

17 6
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2 4 45 55.4

3 47 2.7

1 6 4 27 52.9

20 7 29 55.3 A.

2 13 1 8 6.2

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23 6 56 36.5 Em. 1 20 3 1 49.8

1
24 0 46 19.4 M.

3 24 1 38 45.7 Em. 2

28 0 39 21.8 27 4 55 34.7 Im. 1

29 2 22 55.1

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28 11
23 59.6 A.

30 8 51
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1 30 0 32.7 M. Em. 3 Oct. 4 47 16.5 M.

3 July 1 1 36 13.5

5 3 14 43.0

2 1 4 14 58.7 Em. 2

6 4 18 10.7

1 6 1 17 47.5 Im. 1

7 10 47 3.7 A.

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3

9 2 14 6.1 M. Im. 4 7 4 41 10.1 Em. 3

4 13 39.3

4 8 4 12 43.1 Im. 2

9 5 15 50.2 A. Em. 1 13 3 11 38.6

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2 14 5 33 29.9

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16 7 11 18.2

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25 10 20 14.3 Em. 4 3 3 43 34.2 Em. 4

29 4 33 43.8 M.

1 4 8 42 2.8 A. Em. 3

29 8 53 9.2 A.

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Position and Magnitude of the Rings of Saturn, according to Bessel and

Struve, for every fortieth day in the year, at 7 hours in the morning. M. Time at Washington.

I'. 7h. M. 1844 January 1 34.25 12.74 * 41.7 21 50.6

21 21.9 February 10 34.33 11.93

40.1
20 19.8

0.7 March 22 35.66 .58 36.0 18 57.0 20 39.0 May 1 37.94 .84 32.9

10.7

16.6 June 10 40.42 12.71 33.4

19.9 19 53.8 July 20 41.81 13.80 37.0 19 16.3

30.3 August 29 41.15 14.28 40.2 20 18.4

6.4 October 8 38.92 13.76 41.2

42.5 18 42.0 November 17 36.46 12.59 39.9

12.3

17.0 December 27 34.79 11.28 35.5 18 54.8 17 51.6 31 34.67 11.12 34.7

42.7

48.3 a denotes the semitransverse axis of the rings. b

semiconjugate axis of the rings, positive when their

northern surface is visible, negative when their southern. P

“ inclination of the Northern semiconjugate axis of the rings

to the circle of declination; + when East, – when West. 1

angle of elevation of the Earth above the plane of the rings,

as seen from Saturn; + when North, when South. V

" elevation of the Sun above the plane of the rings, as seen

from Saturn; + when North, - when South. The Conjunction of Saturn will take place on the 18th of January, and the Opposition on the 26th of July. The Right Ascension of this

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planet will not during the year differ much from 20h., and its declination will not be less than 18° South, so that it will not rise to a great height even when in the meridian.

A Table showing the Illuminated Portion of the Discs of Venus and Mars.

The numbers in this table are the versed sines of that portion of the Discs, which, to an observer on the Earth, will appear to be illuminated, the apparent diameter of the planet at the time being considered as unity.

To a spectator on the Earth, Venus appears most brilliant when her elongation is about 45°, and she is approaching her inferior conjunction, or receding from it; in which positions she will be this year, on the 16th of June and 28th of August. Mars is most brilliant about the time of his opposition to the Sun, being then also nearest to the Earth, in which position he will not be this year. Venus. Mars.

1844.

Venus. Mars. January 15 0.907 0.903

July 15 0.024 0.999 February 14 0.815 0.926 August 15 0.142 1.000 March 15 0.761 0.947 September 15 0.400 0.995 April 15 0.644 0.967 October 15 0.569 0.955 May 15 0.495 0.982 November 15 0.697 0.969 June 15 0.250 0.993 December 15 0.793 0.919

1841.

INCREASE OF SIDEREAL TIME IN MEAN SOLAR HOURS, &c.

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29.509
39.426
49.292

69.139
1 6.905

16.852

25.708 10

38.565 11

45.421 12

58.378 13 2 8.134 14

17.991 15

27.9.17 16

37.704 17

47.560 18

57.117 19 3 7.273 20

17.130 21

26.996 22

36.12 23

46.699 24

56,555 Dally acceleration of a star in passing the meridian. m. sec. 3 55.9095

sec. 0.161

3:29 493 657 821 986 1 150 314 479 643 807

971 2 136

300 464 628 793

9.57 3 121 296 450 614 778

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750 914 6.078 212 407 571 735

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214 378 512 707

871 9.035

271 435 600 764

199 364 528 692 857

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

0:36 038 041 014 017 019 052 0.55 059 060

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099 101 104 107 110 112 115 118 121 123 126 129 131 134 137 110 142 115 113 151 153 156 159 162 164

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