Atlas ouranios the coelestial atlas; or, a new ephemeris for the year of our Lord 1791. Being the third after bissextile, or leap-year. Wherein are contained The Heliocentrick and Geocentrick Places of the Planets, the Eclipses of the Luminaries, and other remarkable Phaenomena that will happen this Year. Carefully computed From the genuine Tables of Dr. Edmund Halley, those of Processor Mayer, and other the latests and most correct Astronomical Tables. Also A Compleat Almanack containing the Feasts and Fasts of the Church of England; the Times of the Lunations; the Rising and Setting of the Sun, Moon, and Planets, &c. Adapted to the Meridian and Latitude of the ancient and honourable city of London. To which are added, Several useful Tables: As, a Table of the Sun's semi-diurnal Arcs, by which the Times of the Sun's Rising and Setting may be known by Inspection, on every Day in the Year,. and in any Part of Great-Britain or Ireland; a Tide-Table, and a very correct one of the Eclipses of Jupiter's first Satelies; a Table of the Sun's Right-Ascension; various exact Tables of the most remarkable fixed Stars, corrected from Mr. Flamsteed's Catalogue; and, lastly, a correct Table of latitudes and Longitudes of the most remarkable Places in the World. By Robert White, Teacher of the Mathematicks

Main Author: White, Robert
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for the Company of Stationers; and sold by Robert Horsfield, at their Hall, in Ludgate-Street 1791, [1791]
Edition:The forty-second impression
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T146216. - Price from imprint: price Ten-Pence stiched. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The first two words transliterated from the Greek. - Titlepage and calendar in red and black
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (48p) 8°