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The setting sun, still its own height above the horizon, shadowed a banner flying over that other town.
Now the fixed star remained at about the same height above the horizon, on their right, and they followed close to the path of Little Eyes.
At last, in a pause, he glanced at the sun, measured its height above the horizon, and suggested his manuscripts by picking them up.
The place has no solar time; there is no daily maximum or minimum solar height above the horizon.
"It must be eight o'clock, at least," said Ben Zoof, looking at the sun, which was a considerable height above the horizon.
The sun stood barely its own height above the horizon, the sky overhead was pale slate gray, and thick purple clouds moving in from the sea threatened rain.
"Because then the orb of day described such lengthened curves that it is difficult to measure exactly its height above the horizon, and grave errors may be made with instruments."
Polaris' height above the horizon (declination) indicates the viewer's southward displacement from Polaris' nadir-the North Pole.
As a result, the sun, stars and other sources of celestial radiation rotate overhead in a circle; all but the sun remain at the same height above the horizon throughout the year.
Because the Moon revolves around the Earth, the lunar day - the time it takes for the Moon to appear at equal heights above the horizon on successive occasions - is longer than 24 hours.
Like the afterglow, for a great height above the horizon there is a shaded band of the most intense and glowing orange, while the mountains which reflect the yet unrisen sun have the purple light of amethysts.
A nautical almanac and a marine chronometer are used to compute the subpoint on earth a celestial body is over, and a sextant is used to measure the body's angular height above the horizon.
Before the sun was twice its own height above the horizon, all traces that anyone had ever stopped there had been cleared away and they were all mounted and moving north toward Baerlon, riding slowly to conserve the horses.
You know then, dear world, that when you look at the North Star, it always appears to you at just the same height above the horizon or what is between you and the horizon: say the Dwight School-house, or the houses in Concord Street; or to me, just now, North College.
The sun stood nearly its own height above the horizon in a sky where a sprinkling of white clouds drifted slowly, and children ran playing with hoops and balls while the showfolk were limbering up for their morning performances, men and women twisting and stretching, many with glittering, colorful spangles on their coats or dresses.