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It's four minutes difference for every degree of longitude, you know.
It is the point through which the line marking zero degrees of longitude runs.
But our spacecraft was orbiting more than three degrees of longitude every minute.
In that latitude, the degree of longitude represents eight and forty miles.
Thus, at every latitude, the distance between any two adjacent degrees of longitude is the same.
This represents an error of around ten degrees of longitude.
From there the boundary was to follow the fortieth parallel due west for five degrees of longitude.
It made me nervous until I realized I was 105 degrees of longitude away.
Pennsylvania's was for 5 degrees of longitude west of the Delaware River.
Continue as far as a meridian separated by only two or three degrees of longitude and mark the crossing point.
Within three degrees of longitude, the land had changed from three-hundred-meter lowlands to five-thousand-meter peaks.
And, Ned thought to himself, if you expect more tact than that, you are nearly eighty degrees of longitude too far west.
The actual Line is a particular degree of longitude a few hundred miles west of the Azores.
It's at an arbitrary zero degrees of longitude."
We've covered about fifteen degrees of longitude since we left St. Louis yesterday afternoon, and them clocks are right.
By that day he had run down thirteen degrees of longitude, in the very latitude assigned for Bouvet's Land.
These were the milestones they would call out to air-traffic control all the way over the Atlantic, every ten degrees of longitude - or 450 miles.
It spans more than eight degrees of latitude and 11 degrees of longitude.
The pair also conducted a number of experiments for the Royal Society such as measuring a degree of longitude.
And so each hour's time difference between the ship and starting point marks a progress of fifteen degrees of longitude to the east or west.
We ripped it off across these narrowing degrees of longitude at the southern tip of the planet where one mile counts for two.
Technically, counting forward from the international meridian in Greenwich, every 15 degrees of longitude should equate to a one-hour time change.
A system was developed for dividing the globe into sections spanning six degrees of longitude by four degrees latitude.
(north of 62 degrees each major block represents 8 degrees of longitude)
Because of the persistent influence of the mountains, sometimes a ridge in the flow pattern develops at about 15 degrees of longitude upstream.
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