The American Heliocentric Ephemeris 2001-2050



Introduction by Robert Hand.

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.

Phenomena: Perihelia of the planets (Positions closest to the Sun) are given 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).