Hamm-Phillip-Lab4 - +38 degrees 47 07.2 Procyon 07h 39m...

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Lab 4 Part 1 1. Zenith is the point directly overhead, which has an altitude of 90 degrees. 2. Meridian is a half-circle extending from your horizon due south, through your zenith, to your horizon due north. 3. Azimuth is the angle from due north along the horizon. 4. Altitude is the angular distance from the horizon and an object in the sky. Part 2 5. Longitude 6. A 7. Star Table Star RA DEC Sirus 06h 45m 08.04s -16 degrees 43’ 07.6” Arcturus 14h 15m 38.46s +19 degrees 10’ 56.4” Rigel 05h 14m 31.46s -08 degrees 12’ 12.7” Vega 18h 36m 55.89s
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Unformatted text preview: +38 degrees 47 07.2 Procyon 07h 39m 17.02s +05 degrees 13 22.8 Polaris 02h 31m 54.91s +89 degrees 15 42.8 Betelgeuse 05h 55m 09.41s +07 degrees 24 19.6 Part 3 8. Longitude=96 degrees 48 W and Latitude=32 degrees 47 N 9. Altitude of Polaris is +32 degrees 28 50.5 10. Longitude=74 degrees 00 W and Latitude=40 degrees 45 N 11. Altitude of Polaris is +40 degrees 13 07.5 12. A 13. B 14. A 15. B 16. B 17. A 18. Yes 19. Zosma and Canes Venatici...
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Hamm-Phillip-Lab4 - +38 degrees 47 07.2 Procyon 07h 39m...

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