Now with a special section on Haumea and Makemake, the Kuiper Belt planetsThere are unique features in this ephemeris not found in the full century volumes, such as daily longitude tables, Sun through Pluto, which now include Ceres and Chiron. For those who like the other asteroids, Pallas, Juno, and Vesta appear in longitude at 5 day intervals. You will also find the Monthly Julian Day, Obliquity of the Ecliptic, and the Synetic Vernal Point. There is a monthly longitude for Eris, and calculation for the Galactic Center. The Daily Declination and Latitude list has Sun through Pluto, including Ceres. There are Declinations and Latitudes for Chiron, Eris, Pallas, Juno, and Vesta at 5-day intervals.. The Moon is listed for Midnight and Noon positions, along with maximum declination and latitude, perigee/apogee, and both True and Mean Nodal positions. Full and Quarter Moon phases are listed, along with Void of Course and Ingress tables. The Daily Aspectarian table is a must have item now that the Quicksilver calendars are not available to give you daily aspects for the heavenly bodies.