Astronomical Papers

Prepared For The Use Of The

American Ephemeris And Nautical Almanac.

Published By The Nautical Almanac Office,

U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C.

The format is as follows:
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         1.  The Volume, Number, And Date Of Publication,

     Additional Lines Contain,
         1.  The Author(s),
         2.  The Title.



                        ***** Volume One *****
                                 1882

V.1 No.1 1882
Newcomb, Simon
On The Recurrence Of Solar Eclipses, With Tables Of Eclipses From
     B.C. 700 To A.D. 2300.

V.1 No.2 1882
Newcomb, Simon aided by Meier, John
A Transformation Of Hansen's Lunar Theory, Compared With The Theory Of
     Dulaunay.

V.1 No.3 1882
Michelson, Albert A.
Experimental Determination Of The Velocity Of Light Made At The United States
     Naval Academy, Annapolis.

V.1 No.4 1882
Newcomb, Simon
Catalogue Of 1098 Standard Clock And Zodiacal Stars, Prepared Under The
     Direction Of Simon Newcomb.

V.1 No.5 1882
Hill, George W.
On Gauss's Method Of Computing Secular Perturbations, With An Application
     To The Action Of Venus On Mercury.

V.1 No.6 1882
Newcomb, Simon
Discussion Of Observed Transits Of Mercury, 1677 - 1881.

 
                       ***** Volume Two *****
                                 1891

V.2 No.1 1891
Newcomb, Simon, assisted by Meier, John
Formulae And Tables For Expressing Corrections To The Geocentric Place Of a
     Planet In Terms Of Symbolic Corrections To The Elements Of The Orbits
     Of The Earth And Planet.

V.2 No.2 1891
Safford, Truman Henry
Investigation Of Corrections To The Greenwich Planetary Observations, From
     1762 To 1830.

V,2 No.3 1891
Newcomb, Simon
Measures Of The Velocity Of Light Made Under The Direction Of The Secretary
     Of The Navy During The Years 1880 - 1882.

V.2 No.4 1891
Michelson, Albert A.
Supplementary Measures Of The Velocities Of White And Colored Light In Air,
     Water, And Carbon Disulphide, Made With The Aid Of The Bache Fund Of
     The National Academy Of Sciences.

V.2 No.5 1891
Newcomb, Simon
Discussion Of Observations Of The Transits Of Venus In 1761 And 1769.

V.2 No.6 1891
Newcomb, Simon
Discussion Of The North Polar Distances Observed With The Greenwich And
     Washington Transit Circles, With A determination Of The Constant Of
     Nutation.


                       ***** Volume Three *****
                                 1891

V.3 No.1 1891
Newcomb, Simon
Development Of The Perturbative Function And Its Derivaties, In Sines And
     Cosines Of Multiples Of The Eccentric Anomalies, And In Powers Of The
     Eccentricities And Inclinations.

V.3 No.2 1891
Hill, George W.
Determination Of The Inequalities Of The Moon's Motion Which Are Produced By
     The Figure Of The Earth.

V.3 No.3 1891
Newcomb, Simon
On The Motion Of Hyperion:  A new Case In Celestial Mechanics.

V.3 No.4 1891
Hill, George W.
On Certain Lunar Inequalities Due To The Action Of Jupiter And Discovered By
     Mr. E. Neison.

V.3 No.5 1891
Newcomb, Simon
Periodic Perturbations Of The Longitudes And Radii Vectors Of The Four
      Inner Planets Of The First Order As To The Masses, Computed
      Under Direction Of Simon Newcomb.
 

                        ***** Volume Four *****
                                 1890

V.4 1890
Hill, G. W.
A New Theory Of Jupiter And Saturn.


                        ***** Volume Five *****
                                 1895

V.5 No.1 1895
Newcomb, Simon
Development Of The Perturbative Function In Cosines Of Muliples Of The Mean
     Anomalies And Of Angles Between The Perihelia And Common Node And In
     Powers Of The Eccentricities And Mutual Inclination.

V.5 No.2 1895
Newcomb, Simon
Inequalities Of Long Period, And Of The Second Order As To The Masses, In The
     Mean Longitudes Of The Four Inner Planets.

V.5 No.3 1895
Newcomb, Simon
Theory Of The Inequalites In The Motion Of The Moon Produced By The Action
     Of The Planets.

V.5 No.4 1895
Newcomb, Simon
Secular Variations Of The Orbits Of The Four Inner Planets.

V.5 No.5 1895
Newcomb, Simon
On The Mass Of Jupiter And The Orbit Of Polyhymnia.


                        ***** Volume Six ******
                                 1898

V.6 No.1 1898
Newcomb, Simon
Tables Of The Motion Of The Earth On Its Axis And Around The Sun.

V.6 No.2 1898
Newcomb, Simon
Tables Of The Heliocentric Motion Of Mercury.

V.6 No.3 1898
Newcomb, Simon
Tables Of The Heliocentric Motion Of Venus.

V.6 No.4 1898
Newcomb, Simon
Tables Of The Heliocentric Motions Of Mars.
 

                       ***** Volume Seven *****
                                 1898

V.7 No.1 1898
Hill, George William
Tables Of Jupiter, Constructed In Accordance With The Methods Of Hansen.

V.7 No.2 1898
Hill, George William
Tables Of Saturn, Constructed In Accordance With The Methods Of Hansen.

V.7 No.3 1898
Newcomb, Simon
Tables Of The Heliocentric Motion Of Uranus.

V.7 No.4 1898
Newcomb, Simon
Tables Of The Heliocentric Motion Of Neptune.


                       ***** Volume Eight *****
                                 1905

V.8 Part 1 1905
Newcomb, Simon
A New Determination Of The Precessional Constant With The Resulting
     Precessional Motions.

V.8 Part 2 1905
Newcomb, Simon
Catalogue Of Fundamental Stars For The Epochs 1875 And 1900 Reduced To An
     Absolute System.

V.8 Part 3 1905
Hedrick, Henry B.
Catalogue Of Zodiacal Stars For The Epochs 1900 And 1920 Reduced To An
     Absolute System.


                        ***** Volume Nine *****
                              1912 - 1926

V.9 Part 1 1912
Newcomb, Simon
Researches On The Motion Of The Moon.

V.9 Part 2 1917
Ross, Frank E.
New Elements Of Mars.

V.9 Part 3 1926
Eichelberger, W. S. and Newton, Arthur
The Orbit Of Neptune's Satellite And The Pole Of Neptune's Equator.
 

                       ***** Volume Ten *****
                            1925 - 1940

V.10 Part 1 1925
Eichelberger, W. S.
Positions And Proper Motions Of 1504 Standard Stars For The Equinox 1925.0.

V.10 Part 2 1940
Robertson, James
Catalog Of 3539 Zodiacal Stars For The Equinox 1950.0.
 

                       ***** Volume Eleven *****
                              1943 - 1950

V.11 Part 1 1943
Clemence, G. M.
The Motions Of Mercury.

V.11 Part 2 1949
Clemence, G. M.
First-order Theory Of Mars.

V.11 Part 3 1950
Morgan, H. R.
Definitive Positions And Proper Motions Of Primary Reference Stars For Pluto.

Vol. 11 Part 4 1950
Herget, Paul, Clemence, G.M., and Hertz, Hans G.
Rectangular coordinates of Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta, 1920-1960 


                       ***** Volume Twelve *****
                                 1951

V.12 1951
Eckert, W. J., and Brouwer, Dirk and Clemence, G. M.
Coordinates Of The Five Outer Planets 1653 - 2060.


                     ***** Volume Thirteen *****
                             1950 - 1954

V.13 Part 1 1950
Van Woerkom, A. J. J.
The Motion Of Jupiter's Fifth Satellite 1892 - 1949.

V.13 Part 2 1950
Brouwer, Dirk and Van Woerkom, A. J. J.
The Secular Variations Of The Orbital Elements Of The Principal Planets.

V.13 Part 3 1952
Morgan, H. R.
Catalog Of 5268 Standard Stars, 1950.0 Based On The Normal System N30.

V.13 Part 4 1953
Clemence, G. M.
Coordinates Of The Center Of Mass Of The Sun And The Five Outer Planets.

V.13 Part 5 1954
Clemence, G. M.
Perturbations Of The Five Outer Planets By The Four Inner Ones.


                      ***** Volume Fourteen *****
                                 1953

V.14 1953
Herget, Paul
Solar Coordinates 1800 - 2000.


                      ***** Volume Fifteen *****
                              1953 - 1955

V.15 Part 1 1953
Woolard, Edgar W.
Theory Of The Rotation Of The Earth Around Its Center Of Mass.

V.15 Part 2 1953
Hertz, Hans G.
The Mass Of Saturn And The Motion Of Jupiter 1884 - 1948.

V.15 Part 3 1955
Herget, Paul
Coordinates Of Venus 1800 - 2000.


                      ***** Volume Sixteen *****
                              1958 - 1962

V.16 Part 1 1958
Duncombe, Raynor L.
Motion Of Venus 1759 - 1949.

V.16 Part 2 1961
Clemence G. M.
Theory Of Mars Completion.

V.16 Part 3 1962
Herget, Paul
Rectangular Coordinates Of Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta 1960 - 1980.


                     ***** Volume Seventeen *****
                                 1963

V.17 1963
Watts, C. B.
The Marginal Zone Of The Moon.


                      ***** Volume Eighteen *****
                                 1965
V.18 1965
Jarnagin, Milton P., Jr.
Expansions In Elliptic Motion.


                      ***** Volume Nineteen *****
                              1964 - 1966

V.19 Part 1 1964
Franz, Otto G. and Mintz, Betty F.
Tables Of X and Y elliptic Rectangular Coordinates.

V.19 Part 2 1966
Eckert, W. J. and Smith, Harry F., Jr.
The Solution Of The Main Problem Of The Lunar Theory By The Method Of Airy.


                       ***** Volume Twenty *****
                              1968 - 1969

V.20 Part 1 1968
Jackson, Edward S.
Determination Of The Equinox And Equator From Meridian Observations Of The
     Minor Planets.

V.20 Part 2 1969
Duncombe, Raynor L.
Heliocentric Coordinates Of Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta 1928 - 2000.

V.20 Part 3 1969
O'Handley, Douglas A.
Determination Of The Mass Of Jupiter From The Motion Of 65 Cybele.


                     ***** Volume Twenty-one *****
                              1971 - 1979

V.21 Part 1 1971
Janiczek, Paul M.
The Orbit Of Polyhymnia And The Mass Of Jupiter.

V.21 Part 2 1972
Fiala, Alan D.
Determination Of The Mass Of Jupiter From A study Of The Motion Of
     57 Mnemosyne.

V.21 Part 3 1979
Branham, Richard L., Jr.
The Orbits Of Five Minor Planets And Corrections To The Fk4 Equator And
     Equinox.


                     ***** Volume Twenty-two *****
                              1973 - 1981

V.22 Part 1 1973
Cohen, C. J., Hubbard, E. C., and Oesterwinter, Claus
Elements Of The Outer Planets For One Million Years.

V.22 Part 2 1974
Jackson, Edward S.
A Discussion Of The Observations Of Neptune 1846 - 1970.

V.22 Part 3 1978
Pierce, David A.
Star Catalog Corrections Determined From Observations Of Selected Minor
     Planets.

V.22 Part 4 1981
Laubscher, Roy Edward
The Motion Of Mars 1751 - 1969.

                    ***** Volume Twenty-three *****
                              1986 -


V.23 Part 1 1986
Gutzwiller, Martin C. and Schmidt, Dieter S.
The Motion Of The Moon As Computed By The Method Of Hill, Brown, And
     Eckert.

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