topocentric

topocentric

(ˌtɒpəˈsɛntrɪk)
adj
as seen from, with reference to, or coordinating to a point on the surface of the earth
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The value that they determined for the Sun's topocentric parallax (10.
The horizontal displacements of the relative network points, calculated, as changes of coordinates acquired from GPS measurements are determined in a local, topocentric system defined by minimal constraints of network.
All of the Cartesian coordinates (X,Y,Z) provided by the systems and determined manually in ITRF2008 datum were then converted to the local topocentric coordinates (north, east and up) and differences for all components were calculated as reads by Equation 4.
From the astrometry-corrected images, topocentric right ascension and declination angles of detected RSOs are measured by using the highly precise positions of known background stars in the captured images.
He understands the human history as inscribed in space and this approach is a basis of the discipline proposed by him, which is topocentric historiography.
the topocentric latitude] of the Moon is zero, the ring of light, 'halqih az nur', will remain from the circumference of the surface of the Sun's body equal in thickness.
D]--components of vertical deflection (angle from ellipsoid's normal to plumb line) in topocentric coordinate system (Easting and Northing).
So vividly topocentric, this rhetoric is symptomatic of a grand anti-utopian mythos that functioned counter-discursively to the abolitionists' deliberate portrayal of Canada as an unrivaled slave sanctuary.
The project developed here shows details form the theoretical and mathematical aspects on which the UTM projection and the geocentric and topocentric coordinates systems are based, with the purpose of creating a methodology for the reframing of points in topographic works by means of the Total Station.
Based on them, the linear trends of changes in the components of coordinates in a topocentric system were determined along the north-south and east-west directions together with their mean errors.
It will be so close that your location on Earth will greatly affect its apparent path across the stars, due to topocentric parallax.
The rise/set times include the factors of refraction, semi-diameter, and topocentric parallax, but no adjustment for site elevation.