geodetic astronomy

geodetic astronomy
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геодезична астрономія

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  • Hayford, John Fillmore — ▪ American engineer and geodesist born May 19, 1868, Rouses Point, N.Y., U.S. died March 10, 1925, Evanston, Ill.       American civil engineer and early geodesist who established the theory of isostasy.       Hayford s theory assumes that there… …   Universalium

  • Apparent places — The apparent place of an object is the position in space as seen by the observer. Because of physical and/or geometrical effects it has a deviation from the true position .In Astronomy the term apparent places of stars means the visual or… …   Wikipedia

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