The American Heliocentric Ephemeris: 2001-2050

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Especially valuable for people researching planetary cycles and working with financial markets.

Full Description

Title: The American Heliocentric Ephemeris: 2001-2050
Author: Neil F. Michelsen, Introduction by Robert Hand
Format: Paperback
Print Length: 300 pages
Dimensions: 11″ x 8.5″
Print Date: 2007
Description:
Especially valuable for people researching planetary cycles and working with financial markets.

Features:

  • Calculations for 0 hours (Midnight)
  • Based on data from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Daily Positions:

  • Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars longitudes to 1 minute of arc
  • Planetary latitude positions to 1 minute of arc

Every Five Days:

  • Longitudes for Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto to 1/10 of a minute of arc
  • Latitudesfor Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto to 1 minute of arc

Phenomena:

  • Perihelia of the planets (positions closest to the Sun) are given for every other month
  • Aphelia of the planets (positions farthest from the Sun) are given every other month
  • Complete daily aspectarian lists exact times of all heliocentric aspects, plus tropical sign ingresses, zero latitudes and perihelion and aphelion passages

Once a Month:

  • Heliocentric North Node of each planet is provided the first of every month
  • Exact distances of planets from the Sun (Radius Vector)