See also:eminence, and particularly the height above the ground or above
See also:sea-level . In
See also:geometry, the altitude of a triangle is the length of the perpendicular from the vertex to the
See also:base . In astronomy, the altitude of a heavenly
See also:body is the apparent angular
See also:elevation of the body above the
See also:plane of the
See also:horizon (see ASTRONOMY: Spherical) . Apparent altitude is the value which is directly observed; true altitude is deduced by correcting for astronomical refraction and dip of the horizon;
See also:geocentric altitude by correcting for
See also:parallax .
ALTINUM (mod. Altino)
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