Celestial Sphere and Celestial Surveying (Slide Set Number 119)
 
  • Slide 1: The earth showing every 30 of latitudes, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, Arctic and Antarctic Circles (Missing)
  • Slide 2: Terrestrial Sphere - Longitude and Latitude Coordinate System (Missing)
  • Slide 3: Geometry of Celestrial Sphere seen from 40 north latitude (Missing)
  • Slide 4: Relationship of zenith, horizon, celestial equator, celestial pole and observer's latitude (Missing)
  • Slide 5: The altitude of the celestial pole equals the observer's latitude
  • Slide 6: Position of Spring constellations seen from 10 (Missing)
  • Slide 7: Position of Spring constellations seen from 40 north latitude (Missing)
  • Slide 8: The celestial equator and north celestial pole as seen from the earth's equator and the north pole
  • Slide 9: Diurnal circles of the stars as seen from the north pole (Missing)
  • Slide 10: Diurnal circles of the stars as seen from the equator
  • Slide 11: Diurnal circles of the stars as seen from a middle latitude, North (Missing)
  • Slide 12: The Horizon system - Location of a star by azimuth and altitude from a given observer's position
  • Slide 13: The Equatorial system - Location of a star by right ascension and declination (Missing)
  • Slide 14: The Equatorial System - Location of a star by right ascension and declination (Missing)
  • Slide 15: The Astronomical Triangle
  • Slide 16: Ecliptic System - Location of a star by celestial longitude and celestial latitude
  • Slide 17: Galactic System - Location of an object by galactic longitude and galactic latitude
 
 

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