20 Pi 233

23b

30a

31 PI 50s

23b

35a

23 PI 12a

2Jb 40n

24 PI 33=

23b

45a

25 PI 55s

33b

50a

27 PI 17a

322)

55s

3ยป J-i 15=

21 h

0=

0 Ar 0-.

Furthermore, in order to take care of the continually progressing Sidereal Time proper, we have to ad J for each hour elapsed since the Noon (present or previous., depending upon the time explained above) an increment value of 10 seconds. For less than one hour we use the proportionate parts of the 10 seconds. This will takecirc of the daily sidereal motion; of 3m5<Ss for the period. We may also use the increment given in Table 311 instead, which is more exact, but it is not absolutely necessary.

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