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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES.

September, 1539. The Sun's meridian altitude, and the New Zealand mean time of his meridian passage, rising and setting at Dunedin:— Day. M^ d ' OnMerld. Rises. Bets. b. m. p. hj. m. hj. m. 1 35' 60' 0 7 61 0 42 5 84 8 Si' 26' 0 5 33 6 50 5 42 15 41* 8' 0 3 7 6 IB 6 51 9.2 43' 40' 0 0 40 0 2 0 0 29. 46' 32' 11 C 8 17 5 48 6 8 The Sun will be on the Equator, and spring begins, on the 23rd, at 8 a.m. FUSES op TUB MOON. First quarter—Sd 7h 5m am. Full moon—lOd lh 2!) m a.m. Lost quarter—lVd 4h 19m p.m. NbW moon-25d 2h 12m p.m. POSITION OP TUB MOON. Oreatest Bouthinc:— 51 lh p.m. Porlgco—6d 2h p.m. Apoftce—'Bi lh p.m. O. cat est northing—loJ 3h a.m. Tho Moon will be in conjunction with Jupiter on the 4th, with Venus on the 22nd, with Saturn on the 22nd, with Mars on the 23rd, and with Mercury on the 27th. Mercury •will be at greatest elongation (26dog eaßt) on the 21st. LUNAR OCOULTATIONS. Day. Star. Mag. Disappears. Reappears, hj. ra. hj. m. 3XI Ophlnchi .. 511145.H"E. 11 38 S 23* W. 0 Ohi 1 Aquarii .. 4 740 N. 20° E 829 N 03' W. 9CM 2 Aqusrii ..4 847 N. 29° E. 944 N. 83° W. ECLIPSES OP JUriTBR'B SATELLITES. d. hj. m. s. I Satellite rcappeais .. 8 10 11 47 111 „ „ ..689 55 111 „ disappears ..18 013 4 111 „ reappears .. 13 12 10 S8 I „ „ .. 19 8 30 88 I „ „ ..23 10 25 41

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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES., Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES. Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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