selenographic latitude

selenographic latitude

[sə¦lē·nə¦graf·ik ′lad·ə‚tüd]
(astronomy)
The angular distance, measured along a meridian, between a point on the moon's surface and the moon's equator.
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A similar observation but with the sun's selenographic latitude in the southern hemisphere would be highly informative in this regard.'
Mean colongitude 227[degrees].4, selenographic latitude +0[degrees].77.
When Koch made his observation the Sun's selenographic latitude was +0.4 [degree].