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" Had we succeeded in reaching the higher latitudes, where the change of the sun's altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would have been essentially necessary to possess the certain means of knowing this ; since an error of... "
The Gateway to the Polynia: A Voyage to Spitzbergen - Página 298
por John Campion Well - 1876 - 355 páginas
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen37

1828
...higher latitudes, where the change of the sun's altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would have been essentially necessary...opposite to, or 180° from, the right one. To obviate the poisibility of this, we had some chronometers constructed by Messrs. Parkinson and Frodsham, of which...
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The Port Folio

1827
...change of the sun's altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptihle, it would have heen essentially necessary to possess the certain means...intended to return, on a meridian opposite to, or 180o from, the right one. To ohviate the possihility of this, we had some chronometers constructed...
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American Quarterly Review, Volumen3

Robert Walsh - 1828
...hours running to twenty-four, that is, the hour hand made one revolution from meridian to meridian. "An error of twelve hours of time, would have carried...intended to return, on a meridian opposite to, or ISO0 from the right one." The ice described as having been passed over on the 26th June, was of a very...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen37

1828
...of the sun•s altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would have heen essentially necessary to possess the certain means...right one. To obviate the possibility of this, we bad some chronometers constructed by Messrs. Parkinson and Frodsham, of which the hour-banJ made only...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen37

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1828
...during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would bare been essentially necessary t« possess the certain means of knowing this ; since...intended to return, on a meridian opposite to. or ISO0 from, the right one. To otniate the possibility of this, we had some chronometers constructed...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volumen13

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1828
...hours is still lees perceptible, it woutd have been essentially necessary to possess the certain menus of knowing this ; since an error of twelve hours of...some chronometers constructed by Messrs? Parkinson end Frodsham, of which the hour-hand made; only one revolution in the day, the twenty-four hours being...
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Voyages of Discovery & Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 páginas
...higher latitudes, where the change of the sun's altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would have been essentially necessary...opposite to, or 180° from, the right one. To obviate the possihility of this, we had some chronometers constructed by Messrs. Parkinson and Frodsham, of which...
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Northward Ho!

Sir Albert Hastings Markham - 1879 - 347 páginas
...higher latitudes, where the change of the sun's altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would have been essentially necessary...intended to return, on a meridian opposite to, or 1 80° from, the right one. To obviate the possibility of this, we had some chronometers constructed...
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Northward Ho!

Sir Albert Hastings Markham - 1879 - 347 páginas
...higher latitudes, where the change of the sun's altitude during the twenty-four hours is still less perceptible, it would have been essentially necessary...to possess the certain means of knowing this; since ao error of twelve hours of time would have carried us, when we intended to return, on a meridian opposite...
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