Über die Berechnung der geographischen Längen und Breiten aus geodätischen Vermessungen

@article{BesselberDB,
  title={{\"U}ber die Berechnung der geographischen L{\"a}ngen und Breiten aus geod{\"a}tischen Vermessungen},
  author={Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel and Charles F. F. Karney and Rodney E. Deakin},
  journal={Astronomische Nachrichten},
  volume={4},
  pages={241}
}
The solution of the geodesic problem for an oblate ellipsoid is developed in terms of series. Tables are provided to simplify the computation. [This is a transcription of F. W. Bessel, Astronomische Nachrichten 4(86), 241-254 (1825). The text follows the original; however the mathematical notation has been updated to conform to current conventions. Several errors have been corrected and the tables have been recomputed.] 
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