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Frequent references to it will be necessary throughout this chapter, and an outline of it must now be given.
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Radar is a system of short-wave by which the distance between a ground station and an aircraft, or between two ground stations, is measured by the time taken for a wireless ‘pulse’ to travel from one to the other and back again at known speed. In  for instance, the compartment is first assumed to be at the same height as the station, and a different correction for the difference is then applicable. In other words the RA of a star is the local sidereal time of its transit. Directions or Schreiber’s rounds are impossible.
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Let the accelerations of the support be x and ij as shown, these being periodic. They were dropped at 8, feet and burned for 4 minutes. See also , pp.
Except where frequent re-standardization is exceptionally difficult, wires are on the whole recommended in preference to tapes, on the grounds that changes of length although annoying can hardly fail to be detected, while errors of a few parts in a million may be caused by wind without any very noticeable A effect.
Then write down a central equation for any station, not on the exterior perimeter of the figm-e, at which angles have been observed all round the horizon.
With a good programme it is possible to observe fifteen stars an hour in ordinary latitudes, and a 2-hour programme should give an apparent p. General references for Appendix , , and V .