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Sample Pages from the Ephemerides


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A sample page from: The American Ephemeris 2001-2010, by Rique Pottenger. Published by ACS, $12.95.

Oversize format, one month per page. Includes longitude, declination & latitude, daily aspectarian (includes moon's aspects). Moon's longitudes, declinations & latitudes given twice daily. Sun & Moon longitudes given to the nearest second of a minute of a degree, other planets to the nearest tenth of a minute (eg, nearest 6 seconds of arc). Both Mean & True nodes given daily (they can differ by two degrees). Shaded areas are retrogrades. Julian Day, Obliquity, SVP, Galactic Center, Chiron all given monthly. Includes lunar phases, void of course, lunar perigee/apogee, maximum/0 declination, maximum/0 latitude. This page shows a solar & lunar eclipse.


A sample page from: The American Ephemeris Series, published by Astro Communications Services (formerly Astro Computing), San Diego. Ephemerides in this format include The American Ephemeris for the 20th Century at Noon, The American Ephemeris for the 20th Century at Midnight, The American Ephemeris for the 21st Century at Midnight, and The American Ephemeris for the 21st Century at Noon. This page shown FULL SIZE. Notes on this page at the bottom.

Two months per page, positions given to the nearest tenth of a minute of a degree (sun & moon to the nearest second of a minute of a degree), moon given twice daily, true node. Chiron given monthly. Declinations only when crossing the solar/earth equators, aspectarian does not include lunar aspects. Shows last lunar aspect & lunar ingress (eg, void of course), lunar phases. This page shows two eclipses (look really hard).



A sample page from: Ephemerides, The Rosicrucian Ephemeris 1900 - 2000 at Midnight. For fans of Oceanside, CA, these are international editions and were originally published in France. This page shown FULL SIZE. Notes appear at the bottom.

One month per page, sun and moon position to the nearest second of a minute of a degree, other planets to the nearest minute of a degree, true node. Daily declinations, aspectarian includes complete lunar aspects. Lunar phases, last aspect/ingress (eg, void of course). Eclipses shown at the top of the page. This page shows two.



A sample page from: The Astrolabe World Ephemeris, 2001-2050 at midnight. One month per page, includes Chiron & the four major asteroids. Moon given twice a day. Note daily declinations & lunar void of course. No aspectarian. Across the bottom: Lunar phases. This page shows a solar eclipse, but you have to look really hard at the actual printed page to see it. Lunar phases are timed, but no positions are given.




A sample page from: Die Deutsche Ephemeride Band VIII, 2001-2020. One month per two page spread. Zodical positions given daily. Sun to the nearest second. Declination of the Sun given daily. Declination & latitude of Moon daily. Declinations for the other planets given every three days. Note the non-standard planetary order on the right hand side. Lunar node (lower right hand corner) is mean. No lunations, no eclipses, no aspectarian. Just your plain nuts & bolts ephemeris. In the back: Pluto ephemeris, 1850-1960, for earlier Bands that lacked it; Latitude & longitudes for major world cities; An overview of time changes in Europe since 1582 (includes some of the most detailed notes on the change from Julian to Gregorian calendars that I have seen); Table of logarithms.





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