ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES.
November, 1889. The Sun's meridian altitude, and the New Zealand mean time of his meridian passage, rising and setting at Dunedin:— Day. d ' OnMerid. Rises. Setß. hj. m. s. hj. m. b. m. 3 69° 12' 11 CI 35 4 47 6 50 10 01° 17' 11 61 68 4 38 7 0 17 63° 8' 11 62 59 4 30 7 16 21 04° 42' 11 54 44 4 24 7 20 PHASES OF THB HOOS. Full moon-8(3 Sh 85m a.m. Last quarter—l6d 8b 6m a.m. New moon -23 d lh 14m p.m. First quarter—3od 4h BUm am. POSITION OF TUB MOON. Greatest northing—l2d 8b p.m. Apogee—lßd 6h a.m. Perigee—2sd 3b a.m. Greatest southing— 26d 7h a.m. The Moon will be in conjunction with Saturn on the 17th, with Mars on the 19th, with Venus on the 21st, with Mercury on the 22nd, and with Jupiter on the 26th. On the sth the 5 mag. star f Piscium will be occulted by the Moon, disappearing at lOh 47m N. 64deg E,, reappearing at 12h 21m S. 52deg W. Two eclipses of Jupiter's satellites (the last of the season) will be visible on the 4th. I. Satellite reappearing at 8h 58m., 11. Satellite do, at 9h 49m.
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ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
ROUGH ASTRONOMICAL NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
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