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Observational Results of Solar System Bodies

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Passage Telescope
Right ascensions of the Sun (1929-1935, 1942-1989)
Right ascensions of the Mercury (1929-1935, 1939-1989)
Right ascensions of the Venus (1929-1934, 1939-1989)
Right ascensions of the Moon (1950-1963, 1973-1975)
Right ascensions of the Moon crater - Mosting A (1957-1962)
Right ascensions of the Mars (1950-1964, 1973-1975)
Right ascensions of the Jupiter (1950-1963, 1973-1975)
Right ascensions of the Saturn (1952-1963, 1973-1975)
Right ascensions of the Uranus (1951-1963)
Right ascensions of the Neptune (1952-1962)
Repsold Vertical Circle
Declinations of the Sun (1960-1984)
Declinations of the Sun, taking into account anomaly refraction (1975-1980)
Declinations of the Mercury (1960-1984)
Declinations of the Venus (1960-1984)
Declinations of the Venus, taking into account anomaly refraction (1975-1980)
Declinations of the Moon (1961-1964)
Declinations of the Mars (1961-1979)
Declinations of the Jupiter (1961-1963)
Declinations of the Saturn (1961-1963)
Declinations of the Uranus (1961-1964)
Declinations of the Neptune (1961-1963)
Repsold Meridian Circle
Geocentric coordinates of the Sun (1961-1963)
Geocentric coordinates of the Mercury (1961-1963)
Geocentric coordinates of the Venus (1961-1963)
Geocentric coordinates of the Moon (1960-1963, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Geocentric coordinates of the Moon crater - ̸ (1961-1963, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Geocentric coordinates of the Mars (1960-1964, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Geocentric coordinates of the Jupiter (1960-1964, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Geocentric coordinates of the Saturn (1960-1963, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Geocentric coordinates of the Uranus (1961-1963, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Geocentric coordinates of the Neptune (1960-1963, 1969-1972, 1975-1976)
Zonal Astrograph
Topocentric positions of the Venus (1964-1980) IMCCE, Paris
Topocentric positions of the Mars (1961-1997)
Topocentric positions of 19 minor planets (1961-1997)
Topocentric positions of the Jupiter`s Gallilean satellites (1962-1998) Moscow Univ.
Topocentric positions of the Saturn`s satellites (1973-1997) Moscow Univ.
Topocentric positions of the Uranus (1961-1998) IMCCE, Paris
Topocentric positions of the Neptune (1961-1998) IMCCE, Paris
All observations

 

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