10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «APOGEAN»
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Utmost Savagery: The Three Days of Tarawa
Conversely, when an apogean tide coincides with a neap tide, the range will be
uncommonly low. Professor Olson's research included calculations based on “
harmonic analysis.” He found only two dates in 1943 when apogee occurred
Ocean Energy: Tide and Tidal Power
Apogean tidal currents are characterized by a less than usual speed at apogean
tides. Those tides, which have a decreased range, occur when the moon nears
its apogee. Apogean ranges occur, usually, one to three days after apogee,2 The
R. H. Charlier, Charles W. Finkl, 2009
A New Treatise on Astronomy, and the Use of the Globes, in ...
Hence the spring tides that occur soon after the moon passes the perigean point,
are unusually high ; and on the contrary, the neap tides that occur soon after she
passes the apogean point, are unusually low. These are therefore called the ...
Rebuilding Modern Physics
The first step of the experiment is to take various successive, apogean, digital
photographs of the Full Moon disc from multiple longitudinal coordinates along
the terrestrial equator, strictly at sea level, during one same calendar day, in such
Enrique Morales-Riveira, 2009
An elementary treatise on astronomy. ...
Its peculiar effect when the apsides lie in quadratures (which is a modification of
its general effect) is, since it varies as the distance, to augment the Perigean
Gravity, which is the greatest, by the least quantity, and to augment the Apogean
Geography For Upsc Prelims, 3E
Apogean and Perigean Tide The orbit of the moon around the earth is elliptical.
Due to this fact, the distance between the moon and the earth keeps changing.
The tidal magnitude also varies due to the varying distance between the earth
A Treatise on Astronomy Theoretical and Practical by Robert ...
The hioon's parallax not only varies in one revolution, from its perigean to its
apogean, but the parallaxes which are the greatest and, least in one revolution,
remain not of the same value, during successive revolutions : theymay not be the
A Treatise on Astronomy, Theoretical and Practical
The I\Ioon's parallax not only varies in one revolution, from its perigean to its
apogean, but the parallaxes which are the greatest and least in one revolution,
remain not of the same value, during successive revolutions : they may not be the
Let's proceed now to state the basis for an experimental proof of Earth's
gravitational subordination to Earth-Moon binary gravitational system's
barycentre: The first step of the experiment is to take various successive,
apogean, digital ...
Enrique Morales-Riveira, 2004
The Precambrian Earth: Tempos and Events
... consistent with semi-monthly neap—spring— neap tidal cyclicity. Alternating
thicker and thinner neap—spring—neap cycles (Fig. 7.5-3a) are comparable to
monthly anomalistic, perigean—apogean tidal signatures reported by Kvale et al.
P.G. Eriksson, Wladyslaw Altermann, D.R. Nelson, 2004
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «APOGEAN»
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Meet the Director for the Mighty Band of Blue!
He is a founding member of both the Apogean Brass Quintet and the Tristar Brass Quintet and has performed with the Nashville Wind ... «South Cheatham Advocate Newspaper, Aug 13»
Does a supermoon have a super effect on us?
To notice the difference, you would need to see the apogean (smallest) full moon ... The maximum difference between apogean and perigean moons is about 73 ... «EarthSky, Jun 13»
How You Can Name Pluto's New Moons
I suggest"Apogean,Apogee(far from the Earth),Ethos(accustomed place). drj2206 5pts. I suggest "BEYOSPEC" & "RETROSPEC". MKE. «TIME, Feb 13»