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    Re: Modern Lunars
    From: Paul Hirose
    Date: 2016 Sep 29, 13:33 -0700

    On 2016-09-28 20:38, Antoine Couëtte wrote:
    >I *do* now know your own coordinates for Lady Moon (thanks again), but if I 
    want to entire compute again Lunars #1, #2, #3 and #4 as I earlier did with 
    exactly the same data as yours, then **I also need the Sun 3D Coordinates 
    (RA, Dec. and Distance to Earth) in the same reference frame as you used 
    yesterday for the Moon.**
    
    1855-09-07T08:05:00.000 TT
    +0m07.668s delta T
    
    4.0410580e+005 Moon geometric distance (km)
    8.169499h +25.29193° Moon geocentric apparent RA, dec
    
    1.5068267e+008 Sun geometric distance (km)
    11.024173h  +6.25884° Sun geocentric apparent RA, dec
    
    RA is decimal hours.
    
    7.137199h Greenwich apparent sidereal time
    

       
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