The issue of the Nautical Ephemeris was intrusted to Dr. Maskelyne.
"Side-lights on Astronomy and Kindred Fields of Popular Science" by Simon Newcomb
Suetonius, who enumerates Caesar's writings (Caesar, 55, 56), mentions no Ephemeris.
"Plutarch's Lives Volume III." by Plutarch
Merlini Anglici Errata; or the Errors, Mistakes, &c. of Mr. William Lilly's new Ephemeris for 1647, printed 1647.
"The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753)" by Theophilus Cibber
Ephemeris, how to use, 260, 264.
"Other Worlds" by Garrett P. Serviss
Wish we had an Ephemeris, a couple of I-P solar charts, and a real telescope.
"Spacehounds of IPC" by Edward Elmer Smith
He checked the time with the satellite ephemeris.
"Pushbutton War" by Joseph P. Martino
EPHEMERIS, OR NAUTICAL ALMANAC.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Knowing the location of Venus in the sky, which can be ascertained from the Ephemeris, the observer can find it by day.
"Pleasures of the telescope" by Garrett Serviss
And now not only is it slightly off course, but so is every ephemeris printed on Mert.
"Conquest Over Time" by Michael Shaara
Possibly the Latin Ephemeris was the work of Septimius himself.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 4" by Various
They can be applied to a number of principal problems of modern astronomy and timekeeping metrology including the search for stochastic gravitational wave background in the early universe, testing General Relativity and establishing of new ephemeris time scale.
Millisecond and Binary Pulsars as Nature's Frequency Standards. II. Effects of Low-Frequency Timing Noise on Residuals and Measured Parameters
We used the DE200 ephemeris of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Standish 1982) to transform the TOAs to the solar system barycenter and the Blandford & Teukolsky (1976) model for timing pulsars in binary systems.
Millisecond Pulsar Velocities
Millisecond and binary pulsars are the most stable natural frequency standards which admits to introduce modiﬁed versions of universal and ephemeris time scales based correspondingly on the intrinsic rotation of pulsar and on its orbital motion around barycenter of a binary system.
Millisecond and Binary Pulsars as Nature's Frequency Standards. III. Fourier Analysis and Spectral Sensitivity of Timing Observations to Low-Frequency Noise
Solid line is ephemeris provided by Flanagan.
Post-Glitch RXTE-PCA Observations of the Vela Pulsar
In order to investigate whether the 35 day on-states observed after the anomalous low-state occurred at times consistent with their ephemeris before the low-state RXTE-ASM data covering the interval 1996 January 05 to 2001 February 26 were used.
A BeppoSAX observation of Her X-1 during the first main-on after an anomalous low-state: evidence for rapid spin-down