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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES.

October, 1889. The Sun’s meridian altitude, and the New Zealand mean time of his meridian passage, rising and setting at Dunedin : Day. On Merid. Rises. Sets. hj. ra. a. hj. m. hj. m. 6 49° 14' 11 56 G 0 35 0 17 13 01° 64' 11 54 IS 5 22 6 20 20 91° 28' 11 52 47 B 10 6 SC ?,7 50° 6b' 11 51 £3 4 68 6 46 PIUSES OP TUB MOOS. First quarter—2d Ih 3m pm. Full moon—od Oh 56tn p.m. Lost quarter—l7d Oh 7m p.m. N>;w moon -25 d Ih f.flm a.m. First quarter—3ld 8h 1m p m. POSITION OF TUB MOON. Perigee—2d a.m. Greatest soutrurg—2d Oh p.m. Apogee—lo4 9.h a.m. Greatest northing—l6d llh a.m. Perigee— 4h a.m. Greatest southing- 29d llh p.m. The Moon will be in conjunction with Jupiter on the Ist, with Saturn on the 20th, with Mars on tho 21st, with Venus on the 22nd, with Mercury on the 23rd, and with Jupiter on the 29th. Venus will be in conjunction with Mars on the 2nd. LUNAR OCCULTATIONS. Day. Star. Mag. Disappears. Reappears. hj. m. hj. m. 29 Nu 1 Sagittarii 6 10 29 N. 87° R. 11 21 S 80° W. 29 Nu 2 Sagittarii 5 10 51 N. 76° E. 1141 N. 88° W. ECLIPSES OF JOPITEH’S SATELLITES. d, hj. m. s. It Satellite reappears .. 3 9 B7 51 X „ „ ..6 8 39 27 IV „ disappears .. 8 7 60 88 IV „ reappears .. 8 10 42 23 I „ „ .. 12 8 44 27 111 „ „ .. 19 8 14 64 111 „ disappears .. 20 9 11 67

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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES., Issue 8026, 1 October 1889

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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES. Issue 8026, 1 October 1889

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