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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES.

July, 1889,

The Sun's meridian altitude, and the New Zealand mean time of his meridian passage, rising and setting at Dunedin: — Day. *s?' OnMerid. Rises. Sots, b. m. 8. hj. m. hj. m. 7 21* 32' 012 30 754 480 14 22 1 27' 013 28 750 486 21 28' Bfl' 0 14 2 7 45 4 43 !>,B 25* 6' 014 9 787 461

PHASES OF IHK MOON. first quarter-6d 6h 29m p m. Fall moon-lßd 8b 82m a.m. Last quarter—2od 7b 16m a.m. Naw moon-28il lib 80m a.m. POSITIOS OF THH MOON. Perigee—l2d 2h p. mi Greatest southing—l 23 7h p.m. Apofreo— 25d 4h a.m. Groatcat norttainß—2od 2b a.m.

The Moon will be in conjunction with Saturn on the 2nd, with Jupiter on the 12th, with Venus on the 24th, with Mars and Mercury on the 27th, and with Saturn on the 29th.

The Earth will be in aphelion on the 2nd at 9 a.m.

Venus will be at greatest elongation on the 12th.

On the 9th the 5 mag. star 49 Librae will be occulted by the Moon, the disappearance at llh 51m 8., 85deg E., reappearance at 12h 45m N., 65deg W.

ECLIPSES 0? JOPITHR'8 SATELLITES. d. h. m. 8. I Satellite reappears .. 8 11 28 60 .. 5 5 66 80 ...12 7 60 6 I I '.' " I ' ..20 0 44 47 II .. 24 7 41 63 III n ..26 8 6 46 I I ;; .. 28 11 80 83 .. 28 6 8 14 II it ii .. 81 10 18 86

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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES., Issue 7947, 1 July 1889

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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES. Issue 7947, 1 July 1889

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