**AZIMUTHS** [ˈazəməTH]

NOUN

- the direction of a celestial object from the observer, expressed as the angular distance from the north or south point of the horizon to the point at which a vertical circle passing through the object intersects the horizon.
- the horizontal angle or direction of a compass bearing.

**See also:** Azimuths

**1.** *Azimuths* synonyms, *Azimuths* pronunciation, *Azimuths* translation, English dictionary definition of *Azimuths*

**2.** You can get *Azimuths* corresponding to NE, SE, SW and NW by adding or subtracting 45° to the appropriate N, E, S or W azimuth.

**3.** Map view representing the *Azimuths*: **0º, 90º, 180º and 270º**

**4.** From ** Azimuths** to bearings and back again Bearings shown in red with

**5.** Calculating the traverse that represents a parcel can benefit significantly from something that is not properly taught: The use of *Azimuths*

**6.** *Azimuths* are measured clockwise from North and vary from 0Â° to 360Â°

**7.** *Azimuths* may be referenced to true North, to magnetic North, to an azimuth taken from plans, or from an assumed direction

**8.** In addition, *Azimuths* may be forward or backward.

**9.** *Azimuths* are defined as horizontal angles that are measured from the reference meridian in the clockwise direction

**10.** *Azimuths* are also called a whole circle bearing system(W.C.B)

**11.** *Azimuths* are used in compass surveying, plane surveying, where it is generally measured from the north.

**12.** By the way, for **azimuth 0° people often say 'due' north ('due' means 'exactly'), and for 90° they say due east, for 180° due south and for 270° due west**!" "Now you try it Lou! To see if you've mastered the conversions between *Azimuths* and compass quadrant bearings, take this little QUIZ! ".

**13.** Understanding *Azimuths* Everything in land navigation begins with an azimuth

**14.** There are three base directions or *Azimuths*: true, grid, and magnetic

**15.** The Army uses *Azimuths* to express direction.

**16.** *Azimuths* are defined as horizontal angles that are measured from the reference meridian in the clockwise direction

**17.** *Azimuths* are also called a whole circle bearing system(W.C.B)

**18.** *Azimuths* are utilized in compass surveying, plane surveying, where they are normally measured from the north.

**19.** *Azimuths* is poetic, thought-provoking, strange (in the best way), and engaging

**20.** *Azimuths* are horizontal angles measured clockwise from any reference meridian

**21.** In plane surveying, *Azimuths* are generally measured from north

**22.** *Azimuths* are used advantageously in boundary, topographic, control, and other kinds of surveys, as well as in computations.

**23.** Bearings & *Azimuths* in Surveying Angles and lengths are the basic measurements in surveying

**24.** Please note that the sum of the grid ** Azimuths** (in red) at station Fink and station D266 is 360 degrees

**25.** However, the sum of the geodetic ** Azimuths** (in green) at station Fink and station D266 is not 360 degrees

**26.** *Azimuths* (Section 7.5) defined as horizontal angles turned clockwise from the reference line

**27.** Angles and Directions a) Convert the ** Azimuths** given below to reverse (back)

**28.** Azimuth (plural ** Azimuths**) An arc of the horizon intercepted between the meridian of the place and a vertical circle passing through the center of any object

**29.** ** Azimuths** are measured clockwise from a reference direction

**30.** I liked the explanation of the bearings and *Azimuths*

**31.** •** Azimuths** can be either observed or calculated

**32.** •Calculated ** Azimuths** consist of adding to or subtracting field observed angles from a known bearing or azimuth to determine a new bearing or azimuth

**33.** •** Azimuths** will be determined as a line with a clockwise angle from the north or south end of a true or assumed meridian.

**34.** Converting ** Azimuths** with easterly G-M angle

**35.** Convert ** Azimuths** when given a …

**36.** ** Azimuths** AND AMPLITUDES INTRODUCTION 1700

**37.** Calculating bearings and ** Azimuths** for a traverse when given the interior angles and one of the bearings

**38.** ** Azimuths**, or bearings, are returned in the same angular units as the input latitudes and longitudes

**39.** ** Azimuths** were randomly taken from the receiving station being evaluated to each of the 4 beacon locations to avoid observer bias (Lee et al

**40.** Forward ** Azimuths** are converted to back

**41.** Convert the ** Azimuths** from north to bearings, and compute the angles, smaller than 180∘ between successive

**42.** ** Azimuths** An azimuth is defined as a horizontal angle measured clockwise from a north base line

**43.** How to import and display antenna *Azimuths*

**44.** Synonyms for ** Azimuths** in Free Thesaurus

**45.** What are synonyms for ** Azimuths**?

**46.** Angles, ** Azimuths** and Bearings Chapter 7

**47.** ** Azimuths** by Allure of Stellar, released 27 April 2016 1

**48.** It can also be defined as the set of directions defined by a level turned to cover all ** Azimuths**.) To a good approximation, the apparent drop in height with distance is: d^2 / (2*R).

An azimuth (/ ˈ æ z ɪ m ə θ / ; from Arabic اَلسُّمُوت as-sumūt, '**the directions**', the plural form of the Arabic noun السَّمْت as-samt, meaning 'the direction') is an angular measurement in a spherical coordinate system.

As nouns the difference between azimuth and zenith is that **azimuth is an arc of the horizon intercepted between the meridian of the place and a vertical circle passing through the center of any object**; as, the azimuth of a star; the azimuth or bearing of a line surveying while zenith is (astronomy) the point in the sky vertically above a given position or observer; the point in the celestial sphere opposite the nadir.

Azimuth is the **direction of an object in the sky, measured in degrees, while altitude is the height of an object above the horizon**. Because of the Earth’s rotation, the azimuth and altitude both change over time as the stars appear to move across the night sky.

Calculate azimuths. For an object west of the North Star, the azimuth is **360 degrees minus the distance measured**. Use the following formula to calculate azimuths to the west: **Z = 360 - d**, where "Z" is the azimuth you want to find, and "d" is the distance (in degrees) from due north. For example, if you measure a star to be 70 degrees from due north,...