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Graphic ephemeris

Graphic ephemeris for 10 main planets and Chiron (in the geocentric tropical Zodiac for each month of years 2003-2004) are represented in GIF-files:

January 2003

May 2003

September 2003

February 2003

June 2003

October 2003

March 2003

July 2003

November 2003

April 2003

August 2003

December 2003

 

Tables of ephemeris

All ephemeris are represented as text files in self-extracting archives *.exe.   The ephemeris are calculated for the tropical Zodiac for the epoch of date. The ephemeris files marked by white color were calculated with Swiss Ephemeris of "Astrodienst" (authors: Dieter Koch & Alois Treindl); the ephemeris files marked by rose color were calculated by RIYAL program (author: Juan Antonio Revilla).
 

Planets and points of their orbits

Kind of
  ephemeris

 

  Planets

Geo-longitude (lon) of the planet, its latitute (lat), declination (dec), distance from the Earth (gdist) and from the Sun (hdist), helio-longitude (helio) with a 10-days step

Geo-longitude of north and south nodes*3, helio-longitude of aphelion and north node

Geo-longitude of aphelion, perihelion and free focus of orbit*4 (Black Sun) (daily ephemeris)

Daily ephemeris (only geo-longitude)

The Sun

 

 

 

1870 - 1900: the tables for each month (320 kb)*1

1901 - 1930: the tables for each month (311 kb)*1

1931 - 1960: the tables for each month (312 kb)*1

1961 - 1990: the tables for each month (312 kb)*1

1991 - 2020: the tables for each month (312 kb)*1

The Moon

 

1700-2020:
True Node with a 2-days step (612 kb)
1700-2020:
Mean Node with a 10-days step (124 kb)

1900-2020: True, mean and "natural" apogee (Lilith) *5, "natural" perigee (578 kb)

Mercury

 

1750-2020: with a 2-days step (341 kb)

1750-1849 (526 kb)
1850-1949 (526 kb)
1950-2049 (526 kb)

Venus

 

1750-2020: with a 2-days step (355 kb)

1850-1949 (521 kb)
1950-2049 (521 kb)

Mars

 

1750-2020: with a 2-days step (341 kb)

1850-1949 (506 kb)
1950-2049 (505 kb)

Jupiter

 

1750-2020: with a 5-days step (145 kb)

1850-1949 (483 kb)
1950-2049 (484 kb)

Saturn

 

1750-2020: with a 5-days step (150 kb)

1850-1949 (468 kb)
1950-2049 (469 kb)

Uranus

 

1750-2020: with a 5-days step (149 kb)

1850-1949 (447 kb)
1950-2049 (446 kb)

Neptune

 

1750-2020:   with a 5-days step (160 kb)

1850-1949 (467 kb)
1950-2049 (468 kb)

Pluto

 

1750-2018:   with a 5-days step (129 kb)

1850-1949 (394 kb)
1950-2049 (395 kb)

Asteroids and points of their orbits

Kind of
  ephemeris

 

  planets

Geo-longitude (lon) of the planet, its latitute (lat), declination (dec), distance from the Earth (gdist) and from the Sun (hdist), helio-longitude (helio) with a 10-days step

Geo-longitude of north and south nodes*3, helio-longitude of aphelion and north node

Geo-longitude of aphelion, perihelion and free focus of orbit*4 (Black Sun) (daily ephemeris)

Daily ephemeris (only geo-longitude)

Kuiper Belt Object
1992 QB1 *19

1750 - 2018 (169 kb)

     

Kuiper Belt Object
1996 TO66 *20

1750 - 2018 (188 kb)

     

Kuiper Belt Object
Chaos (1998 WH24) *21

1750 - 2018 (179 kb)

     

Kuiper Belt Object
2002 AW197 *25

1750 - 2020 (188 kb)

   

Kuiper Belt Object
2002 LM60 (Quaoar) *26

1750 - 2018 (178 kb)

   

Kuiper Belt Object
2002 TX300 *27

1750 - 2020 (193 kb)

   

Plutino
Rhadamantus (1999 HX11)

1550 - 2050 (464 kb)

     

Plutino
1999 TC36

1550 - 2050 (464 kb)

     

Scattered Disk Object
1999 DE9 *8

1750 - 2018 (174 kb)

     

Kuiper Belt Object
Varuna *6

1300-1499 (141 kb) *2
1500-1699 (141 kb) *2
1700-1899 (140 kb)
1900-2018 (92 kb)

1750-2018: With a 7-days step (119 kb)

1850-1949 (422 kb)
1950-2049 (422 kb)

1990-2015: Table for each month (372 kb)

Plutino
2004 DW*7
1600-2019 (269 kb)

1600-2019: With a 10-days step (144 kb)

 

Plutino
Ixion
(2001 KX76)
*7

1300-1499 (147 kb) *2
1500-1699 (148 kb) *2
1700-1899 (147 kb)
1900-2018 (93 kb)

1750-2018: With a 7-days step (107 kb)

1850-1949 (397 kb)
1950-2049 (398 kb)

Scattered Disk Object *8
1996 TL66

1750 - 2018 (174 kb)

   

Scattered Disk Object *8
1999 TD10

1750 - 2018 (164 kb)

   

Scattered Disk Object *8
2001 UR163

1501 - 1800 (280 kb)
1801 - 2050: with a 5-days step (436 kb)

   

Centaur *9
Chariklo

1300-1749 (333 kb) *2
1750-2018 (208 kb)

1750-2018: With a 7-days step (112 kb)

1850-1949 (431 kb)
1950-2049 (430 kb)

Centaur
Chiron

1000-1299 (230 kb) *2
1300-1749 (333 kb) *2
1750-2018 (208 kb)

1750-2018: With a 7-days step (108 kb)

1850-1949 (421 kb)
1950-2049 (419 kb)

Centaur
Pholus

1750-2018 ( 205 kb)

   

Centaur
Nessus

1750-2018 ( 202 kb)

   

Centaur
Asbolus

1750-2018 ( 208 kb)

   

Centaur
Hylonome

1750-2018 ( 191 kb)

   

Centaur
1994 TA *10 ("Pylenor")

1750-2018 (201 kb)

   

Centaur
Thereus (2001 PT13)

1750-2018 (214 kb)

   

Centaurs
1998 TF35,
1998 BU48,
1998 QM107,
2000 QC243,
1999 UG5,
1998 SG35

     

Centaurs
1999 OX3,
1999 XX143,
2000 GM137,
2000 FZ53,
1999 HD12,
1999 JV127,
1995 SN55,
2000 CO104,
1996 RX33

   

    

1990-2015: Table for each month (208 kb)

Damocles *11

1750-2018 (near perihelion step = 1 day) (327 kb)

     

Potentially hazardous asteroid
1999 XS35 *12

1750-2018 (near perihelion step = 1 day) (266 kb)

     

Asteroid of Damocles group
1996 PW *13

1750 - 2018 (164 kb)

     

Asteroid of Damocles group
1997 MD10 *13

1750 - 2018 (near perihelion step = 1 day) (224 kb)

     

Asteroid of Damocles group
1999 LD31 *14

1750 - 2018 (199 kb)

     

Asteroid of Damocles group
1999 LE31 *15

1750 - 2018 (217 kb)

     

Asteroid of Damocles group
1999 RG33 *13

1750 - 2018 (218 kb)

     

Asteroid of Damocles group
2000 VU2 *13

1750 - 2018 (218 kb)

     

  Ceres *16

1750 - 2018 (217 kb)

     

  Pallas

1750 - 2018 (224 kb)

     

Juno

1750 - 2018 (220 kb)

     

Vesta

1750 - 2018 (217 kb)

     

  Lilit *17

1750 - 2018 (218 kb)

     

  Phaethon*18

1750 - 2018 (222 kb)

     

Hygeia

1750 - 2018 (215 kb)

     

Eros

1750 - 2018 (225 kb)

     

  Kleopatra

1800 - 2049: with a 5-days step (534 kb)

     

Zvezdochet

1800 - 2049: with a 5-days step (526 kb)

     

Stargazer

1800 - 2049: with a 5-days step (514 kb)

     

Compassion*24

1900 - 2049: with a 5-days step (329 kb)

     

Solidarity*24

1900 - 2049: with a 5-days step (333 kb)

     

Magnanimity*24

1900 - 2049: with a 5-days step (334 kb)

     

Roerich

1800 - 2049: with a 5-days step (509 kb)

     

Photographica

1800 - 2049: with a 5-days step (409 kb)

     

Imaginary and hypothetical planets

Kind of
  ephemeris

 

  planets

Geo-longitude (lon) of the planet, its latitute (lat), declination (dec), distance from the Earth (gdist) and from the Sun (hdist), helio-longitude (helio) with a 10-days step

Geo-longitude of north and south nodes*3, helio-longitude of aphelion and north node

Geo-longitude of aphelion, perihelion and free focus of orbit*4 (Black Sun) (daily ephemeris)

Daily ephemeris (only geo-longitude)

Hypothetical planet
Transpluto
(Isis)
*22

1550 - 2049 (403 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Cupido

1550 - 2049 (431 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Hades

1550 - 2049 (417 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Zeus

1550 - 2049 (367 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Kronos

1550 - 2049 (369 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Apollon

1550 - 2049 (318 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Admetos

1550 - 2049 (316 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Vulkanus

1550 - 2049 (313 kb)

     

Uranian planet*23
Poseidon

1550 - 2049 (313 kb)

     

 

The notes:

*1 "Classical" ephemeris for 10 planets in the tabular form are the text files in self-extracting archives. Each table covers one calendar month and contains geocentric longitudes of the Sun, the Moon and eight planets from Mercury to the Pluto in the tropical Zodiac for 0h GMT.

*2 In these ephemeris the old style (Julian calendar) is used.

*3 Nodes of planets (points of crossing of planetary orbit with ecliptic) - very interesting object of astrological research. But the study of these objects is cumbered by difficult account of their  movement thorough the Zodiac from the geocentric point of view. Our ephemeris are created for the resolution of this problem.

*4 Study of the Black Moon, connected with the Moon's orbit, has motivated the astrologers to study similar points of planetary orbits: aphelia (Black planets), perihelia (White planets) and free focuses of planetary orbits (Black Suns). See, for example: Fitzwalter B., Henry R. Dark Stars: Invisible Focal Points in Astrology (Wellingsborough, Northamptonshire: Aquarian Press, 1988).

*5 The imaginary planet Lilith (Black Moon) astronomically represents apogee of the lunar orbit. Some astrologers prefer to consider Lilith as second, free focus of the lunar orbit (it does not matter for its geocentric coordinates because for the tellurian observer both focal point and apogee always are in the same degree of the Zodiac. Lilith is considered by the astrologers in two basic variants: osculating, or "true" Black Moon (its movement is non-even, with the periods of retrograde and direct motion) and "mean" Black Moon (its movement along the geocentric Zodiac is completely even). Accordingly, the consideration of the perigee of the lunar orbit as "true" and "mean" White Moon is also possible. From this point of view, the White Moon always forms exact opposition to the Black Moon.
In our ephemeris the third variant of calculation of the Black and White Moon also is present. It was independently outlined by Miguel Garcia in Spain and by Dieter Koch, the co-author of the Swiss Ephemeris, who calls it "interpolated" apogee, and later actualized by Juan Revilla in his software. Juan writes: "The position called by Riyal "Natural Apogee" simply applies an interpolation to find the approximate intermediate values between the Moon position at one apogee occurrence and the next. When the apogee and perigee are calculated this way, they are never 180 degrees apart. The perigee must be calculated separately. This approach to the lunar apogee or Black Moon, based on past and future coordinate points instead of instantaneous positions and geometrical projections, represents a mixture of temporal planes and contradicts how all other radical astronomical points in the chart are calculated."

*6 Varuna - a  minor planet beyond the orbit of Pluto, largest cubewano (i.e. asteroid of the main group of Kuiper belt) except Quaoar.  About the approaches to astrological interpretation of Varuna see the article by D.Kutalyov "Varuna: Angel or Demon?".

*7 2004 DW and Ixion -  the largest known Plutinos. Furthermore, 2004 DW is a largest minor planet of Solar system.

*8 Scattered Disk Objects (SDO) - the group of more distant minor planets. Their aphelia are beyond Pluto and Kuiper belt.  See an article about 1996 TL66 by G.Maslov.

*9 Centaurs - group of asteroids moving between orbits of Jupiter and Pluto. The best known representative of this group - Chiron, and largest centaur with the reliable calculated orbit - Chariklo.

*10 1994 TA - this centaur has not received its own name yet. "Pylenor" - one of informal variants of its name accepted among the astrologers (together with variant "Elatus", offered by R. von Heeren.

*11 Damocles - the asteroid with elongate, comet-like orbit, it enchains the orbits of Mars and Uranus.

*12 Potentially hazardous asteroids (abbr. PHAS) are minor planets, which passes by the Earth, very close to it. 1999 XS35 is especially interesting: unlike the majority of PHAS, it has very elongate orbit and comes near the Earth in perihelia, whereas its aphelion is near the Pluto.

*13 The asteroids with comet-like, extremely eccentric orbits (connecting the orbits of  near and far planets) belong to the group of Damocles.

*14 Dioretsa (1999 LD31) - first discovered asteroid which motion along the Zodiac is backward. Its parameters are close to a hypothetical planet Vakshya (used in Avestan school of astrology).

*15 1999 LE31 - the asteroid which motion along the Zodiac is backward (like 1999 LD31).  Its parameters are close to a hypothetical planet Hauranga (used in Avestan school of astrology).

*16 Ceres - the first discovered asteroid (in 1801). Ceres is the largest mamber of the belt of minor planets between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Together with three large asteroids discovered soon after Ceres (Pallas, Juno and Vesta) it forms so-called "Big Four".

*17 Lilit - a minor planet with the period 4.35 years and diameter about 18 kms. Do not confuse it with the imaginary Black Moon (apogee or second focus of the lunar orbit).

*18 Phaethon - a minor planet coming near the Earth, with the period 1.43 years. Do not confuse it with the imaginary and hypothetical planets with the same name.

*19 1992 QB1 - the first minor planet discovered behind the orbit of Pluto. Similarly to Varuna, it belongs to the main group of Kuiper Belt Objects.

*20 1996 TO66 - a large object of Kuiper belt. See an article by G.Maslov.

*21 1998 WH24 (Chaos) - a large object of Kuiper belt. See an article by G.Maslov.

*22 Transpluto - a hypothetical planet, most popular among western astrologers, with the period 686 years. It is also known under the names Isis, Bacchus and Minerva. Using of this planet became possible due to calculations of the French astronomer of the Parisian Academy of sciences M.Emile Sevin (1946).

*23 Uranian planets (or TNP - Trans-Neptune Points) are the eight hypothetical (or imaginary) planets introduced into astrological practice by the Hamburg school of astrology. The  ephemeris are based on James Neely's calculations.

*24 The asteroids Compassion, Solidarity and Magnanimity were named in memory of victims of terroristic acts in USA of September 11, 2001.

*25 2002 AW197 - Kuiper Belt Object with diameter > 1000 km. It is reckoned the 4rd largest known asteroid (1st - 2004 DW, 2nd - Quaoar, 3rd - Ixion).

*26 2002 LM60 (non-official name - Quaoar) - the largest known cubewano, member of Kuiper belt beyond Neptune). Its discovery was announced 7 Oct. 2002. Some astronomers lean to esteem Quaoar as 10th major planet.

*27 2002 TX300 - one of the largest asteroids, with diameter ca. 1000 km. This is the biggest cubewano after Quaoar.


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