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Nr. 68f.
142
142
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Bieraus niit den fruhern Angaben verbunden, ergeben sich dle folgenden scheinbaren Oerter d e s Plaaeteo, mit BerGckslchtigung aller Verbesserungen anf d a s jedesmalige acheinbare Aequinoctiuni bezogen :
M. Zt. Lniden.
1847
1818
Octbr. 26
Novbr. 1
April
9
13
I8
19
I
2
3
4
14
Mai
17
I
2
4
5
6
7
9
22
25
10h51' 26"8
11 4 33,2
11 19 38,8
10 35 21,o
9 21 44,l
9 23 38,2
10 27 5 , l
8 10 32,9
8 45 38,2
10 15 25,3
9 36 53,3
9 27 43,9
9 24 42,3
9 20 17,7
9 23 17,l
9 39 21,3
9 50 8,6
9 25 28,O
9 37 11,8
1 0 2 12,5
10 2 40,9
6
AR.
4.
6
+13'55'
13 50
13 46
13 46
13 47
13 48
23 44
23 47
23 49
23 52
24 9
24 12
24 13
24 13
24 I t
24 10
24 8
24 7
24 4
23 34
23 2 1
76' 0'22*81
75 38 18,38
74 34 27,53
73 49 39,75
72 43 33,79
72 29 4,29
86 I 10,32
86 26 31,35
86 55 18,25
87 25 20,31
92 13 1,49
93 41 18,17
100 42 4,31
101 12 30,25
102 13 35,99
102 44 35,45
103 15 28,62
103 45 35,43
104 47 17,25
Ill 28 53,34
113 I 41,93
Vsrg1.-Stern.
34'89
34,72
34,35
12,23
30,39
1,31
49,02
7,86
40,04
9,21
30,79
35,19
46,33
3,85
12,76
2,69
49,08
32,38
34,91
11,30
38,23
a
a
b
C
d
d
e
c
0
c
i
E
m
m
m
P
P
P
I
B
U
F. Kaiser.
Beolachtungeu auf der Liverpooler Steriiwartc
- -May 28
June 5
6
7
9
10
13
17
18
Greenwich M.
Herrn Sheepshanks dem Herausgeler rnitgetlleilt.
Flora.
Equatoreal.
Liverpool.
1849
, voii
T.
12h26"'50s1
12 I 47,4
11 41 10,6
I 1 45 14,6
11 52 11,4
I 1 40 8 ,I
I 1 28 1,3
11 44 44,3
10 50 56,9
R.A.
13h46"22"64
43 22,40
43 7,13
42 53,43
42 30,42
42 21,66
42 3,85
42 2,18
13 42 5,38
92'10'
20
22
25
30
32
41
56
92 59
T h e observed places are corrected for refraction and parallax. The computed places wera deduced from Dr. Brillcn o d s Ephenieris, published in the M o n t h I y N o t i c e , vol.
ix. No. 7. The places of the stars are taken from the catalogue cited. T h e right ascension of 4604 appears, by the
other stars with which F l o r a is compared, to be about 0'5
too great. The correction to the Ephenieris in right ascension
from 4665 alone on hfay 28 = +1'62.'L
,,The results on June 6th and 18th are each deduced
from one observed transit over five wires and the readings
of t w o microscopes; on all the other days the observation
was repeated, and the m a n of the two taken.lL
-
(Mr. Aurtnup.)
N. P. D.
Compd
4"4
44,7
51,l
6,s
4,5
47,9
51,2
3,3
52,l
- Obed.
Stare B.A. C.
+
7
I
36
+1OU7
1,64
990
i ,73
694
1,57
699
1,69
896
1,46
796
1,60
8,6
1,48
10,2
6,4
+1,54
4604,4665
45479 4665
+
-
-
H y g c i a.
- -Liverpool.
Equatoreal.
1849
Grccnw. 31. T.
R. A.
June 5
6
10h30"'44'6
1 1 5 14,7
10 35 3 7 4
10 40 45,3
10 45 8,5
10 36 31,8
10 50 42,l
LO 24 53,2
12h 5"'45'10
12 6 13,13
12 6 40,12
12 7 39,07
12 8 10,09
12 9 49,27
12 12 16,45
12 12 54,98
7
9
I0
.
13
17
18
(Mr. l3urtnup.)
Star
N.P.D.
B. A. C.
-v
95'34'
95 36
95 37
95 40
95 42
95 48
95 57
96 0
5Iu2
14,2
27,l
32,8
16,9
9,2
40,O
13,4
4172
4080
-
Nr. 681.
an account of its discovery as early as the i 4 t h Way, and
suhsequently the Astronomer Royal supplied nie with an
ephemeris by Mr. Breen; but the weather was so unfavourable here that 1 did not succeed in finding the planet till the
5th June."
,,The observations are corrected for refraction and pardlax. T h e horizontal parallax was taken from Mr. Graham's
Ephemeris. The places of the stars of comparison are taken
from the catalogue cited.
,,The planet appeared to m e a little, but not much, fainter
than F 1 o ra. I w a s favoured by Professor Sclrumaclrer with
Goujon's Comet.
--Greenw. M.T.
1849
May 23
28
June 5
9
13
19
23
+8,853
- -- -
8,905
8,970
8,992
9,018
9,044
+9,065
9,669
9,587
9,590
9,537
9,313
-9,347
Equatoreal.
Liverpool.
12h17*57'8
13 56 38,5
13 19 16,O
13 1 5 25,O
12 25 42,5
I1 58 56,5
12 4 34,2
R.A.
i i h 1 g m 3'30
li 25 7,21
-11 38 35,60
11 46 28,69
11 55 8,OO
12 9 46,73
12 20 50,32
Log. .P-
P
cFsrc/
,,The observations are corrected for refraction. T h e corrections to be applied fnr parallax in time and arc are represented by p and q. f-'is the equatoreal horizontal parallax.
,,The observations were all made with illuminated wires
in a dark field. T h e comet w a s bright enough to adiiiit of
the mires being illuniioated in this way, even when the moon
was full and near the meridian.
(Mr. Hurlnup.)
Stnr
Log. 4
P
H. A. C.
-
K. P. D.
32'13'
28 58
25 9
23 39
22 23
20 49
19 57
- 9,417
49"5
57,8
24,3
53,7
45,3
31,3
28,O
3959
4036
4074
4122
4222
-
,,The places of the stars are taken from the catalogue
cited. T h e positions of all, except 4222, depend wholly OD
Groombridge.
,,On the 2311 June, the comet liad the appearamce of a
failit nebulous star. The nucleus w a s decidedly stellar, and
ahout equal to a star OF the twelfth or thirteenth magnitudePower 134 was used for all the
BeoLachtangeu des Schweizer'scheu uud Goujon'sclleu Cometen auf der Berliner Sternwarte.
-- -
C o m e t v o n Schru eizer.
&I. Hrrl. Zt.
1849
Mai
I
2
3
4
9h54'
10 28
10 5
9 35
AR.
Decl.
25"9
154' 3'47"7
- 6u14' 43"8
45,8
23,9
23,2
149 21 19,8
145 7 33,4
Ill 12 52,4
12 9,5
47 11,8
5 7,4
-9
-11
-14
10 1'.
5 ,,
10 ,,
10 ,,
m. Piazzi x. 71
,, B.Z. 217. lot1 I'14"41 u. 2.234
,,
,,
C o m e t v o n Goujon.
April 26
Mai
27
I
2
3
4
10 20
10 6
10 54
1 1 30
10 47
ii I1
21,o
37,2
44,O
19,O
11,4
13,2
165
165
165
165
165
165
30
28
28
30
33
38
59,4
39,2
21,l
50,O
52,l
19,6
+I0
+13
+25
+28
+30
+32
40 49,8
5 1 12,3
32 6,1
,8 52,3
29 19,8
47 58,l
4
10
10
6
5
6
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,, ,,
- 231.
- 229.
-
9 37 39,19
9 23 23,63
1 1 0 57,54
11 1 18,39
Piazzi
249.
B.Z.526.
I 1 2 5,77
356. I 1 3 15,35
501. 10 56 27,65
-
66.
73.
x.
-
Gde.
Altoua 1849.
Juli 20.
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