• The position of an astronomical object in the horizontal plane, usually measured in degrees clockwise from the north
  • The horizontal direction from one object or point to another, measured clockwise in degrees from a reference line. Also called azimuth angle (1), or bearing (1).
  • The horizontal direction of a celestial point from a terrestrial point, expressed as the angle from a reference direction. It is usually measured from 0° at the reference direction, and runs clockwise through 360°. Also called azimuth angle (2).
  • In a tape deck, the angular relationship between the head gap and the tape path.

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