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The new line of ephemerides presents the daily longitudes of planets with the two lunar nodes and the three dark Moons.
The data are calculated with precision by the planetary computation from the NASA (JPL) and the most elaborated lunar computation (BDL).
This study will be complete with the calculation of the position (every 48 hours) of the asteroids Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta, Chiron and the recently discovered planetoids Haumea, Quaoar, Makemake, Orcus, Sedna and Eris.
Luminaries longitudes are rounded up by the arc second to give a precise calculation of solar and lunar returns.
The table for the daily motion of the Sun and the Moon ("24h MOTION") will help us determine (at any time) the precise longitude without any calculator by operating a simple addition of values in the interpolation tables (at the end of the book).
The new 2019 layout displays a better readability of the monthly data on two columns for lunar and planetary ingresses.
The new section "planetary stations" will calculate dates and positions of the previous and next station.
Under the classic lunar phases section is the DATA section (first day of the month) that is completed with the position of the sidereal vernal point "DK SVP" according to Alice Bailey.
Eclipses will give more information about longitudes, starting, peak and ending time, with geographic coordinates of the solar eclipses.
Longitudes on the tropical zodiac on hour 0 UTC.