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    1, The longitude of Albany, New York, is +73degrees 44minutes 49seconds and the longitude of Los Angeles, California, is +118degrees 10minutes 44seconds. When the local mean time at Los Angeles is 10hours 41minutes 00seconds A.M., the local mean time at Albany is

    2, The sun was observed for azimuth in the afternoon. The latitude of the place was +42degrees 20minutes 58seconds. The true altitude of the sun's center was 52degrees 08 minutes 11seconds, and the declination of the sun was N 19degrees 56.5minutes. The azimuth of the sun was
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMESANANE View Post
    1, The longitude of Albany, New York, is +73degrees 44minutes 49seconds and the longitude of Los Angeles, California, is +118degrees 10minutes 44seconds. When the local mean time at Los Angeles is 10hours 41minutes 00seconds A.M., the local mean time at Albany is

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    1. Calculate the difference of the longitudes. (44 25' 55'')

    2. Divide this difference by 15 (/h). (2h 57 min 43.67 s)

    3. Since Albany ist east of LA you have to add this value to the local time of LA. (13:38:43.67)
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