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Apokálypsis; "Article VII."

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Released:  15th October 2012, Spica, Sun, Moon, and Ascendant less than one degree in alignment to Burbank/North Hollywood, Los Angeles, United States of America. 

Topic:   Deep Feild Biblical Astreology

  Archangel Michael

Become a Prophet, it's simple!

 

 

 

Visuals here ( Y’hoshua Arc(s)) Photo.

 

 

ψ versian 1.6

 

Symbols

 (link to main 'keys' , terminology)

β  λ   α   δ   °   ″  ′  ε

pa EAST OF NORTH

Ecliptic to Galactic: (λ − ψ)

HII Ionized Region. The proton has lost its electron.

Substend ‘Y’ for Y’hoshua, then cat. identifier.

crown of thorns: name of region.

named by homeless friend, Butch Shade, as ‘crown of thorns.’

 

Modern Position J2000: Tropical Aquarian Positions

Region: RA (α) 19.5-20 hours, lat. +10° ~ less than +11° northern hemisphere.

© BookofLife.org 2012

Ŧ = tropical cosmos.

f (p) Precessional mean function for short period: 70 mean solar years (y) = 1 ° Degree of Arc. Don’t confuse this ‘value’ with vast distant processional models ( >  1850 A.D. ± 2150 < ), the best remain dynamic.

Tropical Aquarius signatures

 

Eagle & Crown of Thorns Tropical Aquarian approximate Signatures, Archangel Michael.

 

yx2 y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2044.59304745 A.D. sub of  DB2992b.

yx2 y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2028 A.D.

yx1 y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2028.65824168 A.D.

yb1 y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2031 A.D.

yc1 y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2023.63 A.D.

y15 y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2015.13714159 AD

y1   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2053.43452865 A.D.

y2   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2044.65999463 A.D.

y3   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 2077.889007 A.D.

y4   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 1763.741196 A.D.

y5   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 1875.65029 A.D.

y6   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 1986.724802 A.D.  

y7   y’ hoshua : Ŧ Aquarius: 1995.375017 A.D.

 

 

 

 

yv1  y’ hoshua: Ŧ Aquarius: 2052.57660135 A.D.

yv2  y’ hoshua:
yv3  y’ hoshua:
yv4  y’ hoshua:

yv5  y’ hoshua:

yv6  y’ hoshua:

yv?  y’ hoshua:

 

v1 y’ hoshua: Ŧ Aquarius 2059.798623 A.D.

v2

 

 

 

Y ??:

Y’hoshua Arc(s)

yx2 y’ hoshua,  sub of DB2992b.

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2044.59304745 A.D.

 

 

y’hoshua J2000 :  dense core, molecular cloud. ∆ birthing areas.

position: south/east large dark space.

8.2 x 2.5 arcmin.

 

[DB2002b] G48.23-5.73  -- Dense core inside a molecular cloud  with radius arcmin

 

Distance to the center arcsec: 109.84

Other object types:      cor () , PoC ([LM99]) , DNe ([DB2002b])

ICRS coord. (ep=J2000) :       19 40 28.7 +10 50 34 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 1999ApJS..123..233L

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) :     19 40 28.7 +10 50 34 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 1999ApJS..123..233L

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :    19 38 06.5 +10 43 33 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 1999ApJS..123..233L

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :         048.2298 -05.7300 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 1999ApJS..123..233L

Angular size (arcmin):            8.2 2.5 82 (~) (Opt) D 1999ApJS..123..233L

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

α  295.11958333     

δ  10.84277778     

 pa  0.000000    

RA 19h40m28.70000s    

δ  +10d50m34.0000s

 

 Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.36295619   

λ  299° 21′ 46.642″

β  31.75707017    

 pa 11.454614   

 

trop. Aqu dist: -.63704381/p

trop. Aqu dist:  00° 38 ′13.358″/p

 

Galactic J2000.0

 

λ 48.22977963    

β -5.72970817      

PA 60.933732 

 

SuperGalactic J2000.0

 

λ  274.09104842     

β 77.91977063      

PA 65.020326

yx2 y’ hoshua. (Void, dark region)

 

x2 y’ hoshua 2028 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

α  295.30758333     

δ  10.93172222     

PA  0.000000    

RA 19h41m13.82000s 

δ +10d55m54.2000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.59663637    

Astre λ: 299 35 47.891

β  31.80742804      

PA 11.542183

 

trop AQU: -.40336363

-.40336363 | -00°  24′12.109″ / Precession:

+28.23543841 from J2000.

 

yx1 y’ hoshua. n/w of [x2].

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2028.65824168 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  295.30158333     

δ 10.93491667      

PA 0.000000    

RA 19h41m12.38000s  

δ +10d56m05.7000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.59059632     

299° 35′ 26.147″

β  31.81173654      

PA 11.540137  

λ – λAQU: -.40940368

-0 24 33.853 /p

trop Aqu: -28.65824168

 

Equatorial  to Galactic

48.39804894      

-5.84108479      

60.882389

 

 

Equatorial  to SuperGalactic

274.84335166     

77.79570245     

65.721419   

 

 

 

y b1 (other cat. HD 355682)

 

Yb1 y’hoshua J2000  face  Aql, center northern edge.

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2031.28273272 A.D.

 

Dist: unknown

ap. mag. 10.213

 

trop. Aquarius: 2031.28273272 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

α  295.21008333     

11.21572222      

PA 0.000000    

RA 19h40m50.42000s  

+11d12m56.6000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.55310357

λ   299° 33 ′ 11.173″ 

 

[ 00° 26′ 48.827″ (.4468963889 ) /p

31.28272984]

trop Aqu dist: -.44689643/p

trop Aqu dist:  -0° 26′ 48.827″

β 32.10482894      

PA 11.537869  

Equatorial J2000.0

α  295.21008333    

δ  11.21572222     

PA  0.000000    

RA 19h40m50.42000s  

δ +11d12m56.6000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.55310357 

λ  299° 33′  11.173″

[ -.44689643 | - 0° 26′ 48.827″/p = -31.28273272]

β 32.10482894      

PA 11.537869

y1 y’hoshua (other cats.: TYC 1061-1082-1 Aql)

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2053.43452865 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  295.01283333     

δ 10.81941667    

PA  0.000000    

RA 19h40m03.08000s  

δ +10d49m09.9000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.23664923     

λ  299° 14′ 11.937″

β  31.75495286      

PA 11.408198

 

tropical dist to λ  Aqu   0.7633508333

tropical dist to λ  Aqu: 00° 45′ 48.063″

 

Galactic J2000.0

λ  48.15808885      

β -5.64939709      

PA 60.960899

 

SuperGalactic J2000.0

λ  273.77618294     

β  78.00478141      

PA 64.732444

y2 y’hoshua face HD 185716, edge of face north/east.

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2044.65999463 A.D.

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ″  ′ 

Equatorial J2000.0

α  295.02762500    

δ  11.28375000       0.000000    

RA 19h40m06.63000s  

δ +11d17m01.5000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.36199968

λ 299° 21′ 43.199″

[-.63800032 | 00° 38′ 16.801″/p]    

β 32.20718210      

PA 11.471754

y3 y’hoshua (other cats.: HD 185420), east of face, centered.

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2077.889007 A.D.

 

Distance, unknown.

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  294.65254167     

δ 11.07488889     

PA 0.000000    

RA 19h38m36.61000s  

δ +11d04m29.6000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  298.88729928     

β  32.07504532      

PA 11.291931 

 

[ -1.11270072  |  - 01° 06′ 45.723″

Ŧ Aqudist: -77.88900713y

 

yc1 y’hoshua J2000  face  (other cats: TYC 1061-656-1 Aql.)

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2023.63 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  295.37291667     

10.89705556     

 0.000000    

RA 19h41m29.50000s  

+10d53m49.4000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.66240826  

λ 299° 39′ 44.67″ 

β 31.76061551      

PA 11.564456   

 

[ -29.66240826 | Ŧ Aqu dist: .3375916667 / f (p) 00° 20′ 15.33″

Ŧ Aqu -23.63140354y

 

.

 

 

y15

 

y’hoshua J2000  face  TYC 1061-1446-1

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2015.13714159 AD

Distance unknown

ap. mag. 12.087

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

RA 19h 41m50.55s

δ +10° 59′ 25.9″

 

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ 299.78375497

λ 299° 47′  1.518″

trop Aqu. dist: -.21624503

trop Aqu. dist: - 00° 12′ 58.482″

y5 (alpha aquilae)

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 1875.65029 A.D.

 

1875.65029 A.D. (Bizet’s death year)

alpha (α) aquilae, al nesr al-ta’ir (Arabic, the flying eagle).  a redevelopment of or a strengthening of dualism Zoroastorian period, the flying bird fights against the elite groups of the contemporary world (ancient location for today’s Caucuses and northern Afghanistan).

Equatorial J2000.0

α  297.69583333     

δ  8.86833333        0.000000    

19h50m47.00000s   +8d52m06.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  301.77642542 

λ 301° 46′ 35.132″

 

[[mjm -.22357458 [15.65021191+ 70y]: 85.65021191y distance to tropical Aqu. ]]

[ 1.77642542 | 01° 46′ 35.132″/p

124.3497103y] .025377522 = 00° 01′ 31.359″

β  29.30347253      

PA 12.239955 

 

SWISS: Altair

date (dmy) 5.3.-3 jul.   0:00:00 ET                 version 1.77.01

ET: 1720025.50000000000

Epsilon (true)    23°41'52.3839

Nutation           0° 0' 5.8002    0° 0' 9.0559

Altair,alAql     273°36'59.5740    5°43'23.3727   5.7231591   18h12'40.0021  273.1666755  273°36'59.5740  273.6165484

 

 

Dabih

date (dmy) 27.2.-5 jul.   0:00:00 ET               version 1.77.01

ET: 1719288.50000000000

Epsilon (true)    23°41'52.9928

Nutation          -0° 0' 5.1182    0° 0' 8.7682

Dabih,beCap      276° 8'40.0529  -18°45'10.1732 -18.7528259  276° 8'40.0529  276.1444591   18h25'52.1887  276.4674531

 

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ″  ′  ε

 

y4  gamma (γ) aquilae (tarazed), Star in double system

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 1763.741196 A.D.

 

Gamma aquilae (γ Aql, γ Aquilae) (tarazed)

 

a young to bright giant K3 II

age: age 100 million years.

95 solar radii.

 

Tarazed may derive from Persian شاهين ترازو šāhin tarāzu "the beam of the scale".[1]

 

ICRS coord. (ep=J2000) :       19 46 15.58029 +10 36 47.7408 ( Optical ) [ 1.58 0.70 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) :     19 46 15.580 +10 36 47.74 ( Optical ) [ 1.58 0.70 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :    19 43 52.90 +10 29 24.3 ( Optical ) [ 9.14 4.06 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :         048.7260 -07.0812 ( Optical ) [ 1.58 0.70 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Proper motions mas/yr [error ellipse]:             16.99 -2.98 [0.18 0.08 0] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Radial velocity / Redshift / cz :             V(km/s) -2.79 [0.04] / z(~) -0.000009 [0.000000] / cz -2.79 [0.04]    (~) B 2005A&A...430..165F

Parallaxes mas:           8.26 [0.17] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Spectral type: K3II C ~

Fluxes (5) :     

B 4.278 [~] C ~

V 2.724 [~] C ~

J 0.276 [0.168] C 2003yCat.2246....0C

H -0.544 [0.224] C 2003yCat.2246....0C

K -0.720 [0.244] C 2003yCat.2246....0C

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 296.56500000     

δ 19.61333333       0.000000    

RA 19h46m15.60000s  

δ +19d36m48.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 303.37512765     

β 40.02426996      

PA 13.432688 

 

[ 3.37512765 | 03° 22′ 30.46″

ŦAqudist: 236.2588042y]

 

Equatorial J2000.0 to Galactic

56.56810317      

-2.61185450      

PA 59.945197   

Swiss Ephemeris: ( February -0005 B.C. old Julian calendar).

-b27.2.-5 -n1 -s1 -fPLDdLlAa -pp -eswe -pf -xfTarazed

date (dmy) 27.2.-5 jul.   0:00:00 ET               version 1.77.01

ET: 1719288.50000000000

Epsilon (true)    23°41'52.9928

Nutation          -0° 0' 5.1182    0° 0' 8.7682

Tarazed, gaAql      

λ  273° 7'33.1653   

7°48' 9.4013  

δ 7.8026115 

273.1258793 

RA 18h10'45.7535

α 272.6906399

yv1 ( ultraviole[n]t signature(s))

y’ hoshua:

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 2052.57660135 A.D.

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

295.01433333      10.86477778       0.000000    

19h40m03.44000s   +10d51m53.2000s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.24890516     

β 31.79912580      

PA 11.414370

 

 

[ -.7510947222 | 00° 45′ 3.941″

Ŧ Aqu -52.57660135y

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ″  ′ 

yv2 ( ultraviolet signature(s))

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  295.01487500      10.78186111       0.000000    

19h40m03.57000s   +10d46m54.7000s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.23022777     

β 31.71774243      

PA 11.404438   

yv3 ( ultraviolet signature(s))

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 294.91420833      10.85736111       0.000000    

19h39m39.41000s   +10d51m26.5000s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.13375609     

31.81128023      

PA 11.372549  

yv4 ( ultraviolet signature(s))

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 294.91162500     

δ 10.80486111       0.000000    

RA 19h39m38.79000s  

δ +10d48m17.5000s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.11865471     

β 31.76031051       11.365080   

yv5 ( ultraviolet signature(s))

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  294.96050000     

δ 10.77808333       0.000000    

RA 19h39m50.52000s  

δ +10d46m41.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.16779176     

β 31.72459075     

PA 11.381780

yv6 ( ultraviolet signature(s))

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Eagle

 

Syntaxis: Aetos (Greek for "eagle").

2000 – 1500 B.C. Zoroastrian , from earlier Europhratean : ‘powerful bird’ that fights ‘serpents!’

 

Alpha (α al’tair), with beta (β Alshain), and gamma (γ Tarazed) constituted the twenty-first nakshatra (Hindu Moon Mansion) Çravana, the Ear, and probably was at first so drawn, although also known as Çrona, Lame, or as Açvattha, the Sacred Fig Tree [ western tree of life], Vishnu being regent of the asterism [redundant Vishnaic!]; these stars representing the[se] Three Footsteps with [ sic. to] which that [delete demonstrative adjective] god strode through the heavens, a Trident being the symbol.[2] Similar to Jacob’s latter conceptual by early sects of gnostics or astronomer/astrologers scaling conceptually toward ‘three astrological ages,’ as in three rungs of a ladder toward heaven. These concepts had ‘truth’ meanings toward life’s constant future.

 

Asian astronomers at northern modern South Korea recorded a temporary star for 70 days and its trajectory passed by al’tair and al shain, descending toward alpha and beta Capricornus (one of the twelve astrological constellations). But this has little to do with our modern world-commerce calendar as it would be equivalent in the Gregorian calendar to -5 B.C. and to the atheist academic astronomical calendar to -6 B.C. This position graced the winter solstice position of the heavens during this historical marking period. Now, according to some Harvard astronomers, al’tair and al shain are about 2°− 3° of post Winter Solstice crossing with out solar system star, during 1. A.D.  The Crown of Thorns  (AMUC), an ionized cloud which appears to be massive in cosmic terms. 

 

V1 (near y5 a.k.a.  al nesr al-ta’ir,  alpha (α ) aquilae)

Tropical Aquarius 2059.798623 A.D.

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  294.91854167     

δ 10.88780556      

PA 0.000000    

RA 19h39m40.45000s  

δ +10d53m16.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.14573348

λ 299°  08′  44.641″ 

β  31.84028729      

PA 11.378048   

V2 (near y5 a.k.a. al nesr al-ta’ir,  alpha (α ) aquilae)

Tropical Aquarius 2005.600347 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

α  295.54858333     

δ  11.14475000      

PA 0.000000    

RA 19h42m11.66000s  

δ +11d08m41.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  299.91999488     

λ 299 °  55  ′ 11.982″  

β 31.96852001      

PA 11.666858

near y5 a.k.a. al nesr al-ta’ir,  alpha (α ) aquilae

Distance: 5.143 LY

ap. mag. 0.77.

 

Tropical Aqu: 1875.650416 A.D. ( year that Bizet dies!).

Equatorial J2000.0

297.69583333     

δ  .86833333       

0.000000    

RA 50m47.00000s  

δ  8d52m06.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 301.77642542  

λ  301° 46′ 35.123″  

β  9.30347253      

PA .239955

Trop Aqu Dist: 124.3495837y. 

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

YBx (vortex, black hole, blue star ring, like center of M31), x-ray survey.

 

Ŧ Aqu 2003.601966 A.D.

Linked to ancient Mesopotamia: Iraq-War II (2003 − 2010)

 

 

 Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  295.69820833     

δ 10.55288889       0.000000    

RA 19h42m47.57000s  

δ +10d33m10.4000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.94854331     

β 31.35917325      

PA 11.653682  

[ -.05145669 | 00° 03′ 5.244″

 

Ŧ Aqu -3.601966299 ± 1996.398034 ± 2003.601966 A.D.

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

Yadx ( vortex, black hole, blue star ring)

 Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 295.70006250     

δ 10.55630556       0.000000    

RA 19h42m48.01500s  

δ +10d33m22.7000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 299.95144222     

β 31.36215126      

PA 11.654851  

 

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

Yaa (other cat. HD 186587 Aql)

 

Ŧ Aqu 1957.395403 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 296.23662500     

δ 10.77513889       0.000000    

RA 19h44m56.79000s  

δ +10d46m30.5000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 300.60863744     

β 31.46876076      

PA 11.898103   

[00° 36′ 31.095″ |  -42.60459713y]

 

 

 

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

Yac ( other cat. HD 186570)

267.38 parsec

 

 

Ŧ Aqu 1956.35315 A.D.

 Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 296.21187500     

10.95194444       0.000000    

19h44m50.85000s  

+10d57m07.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 300.62352678     

31.64677772      

PA 11.910560   

[ 00° 37′ 24.696″ |-43.646685035y]

 

 

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

Yab (other cat. HD 186534)

Ŧ Aqu 1960.095286 A.D.

 

 

 Equatorial J2000.0

 

296.17295833      10.91252778       0.000000    

19h44m41.51000s   +10d54m45.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 300.57006762    

β 31.61608748      

PA 11.889904

 

[ correct: 00° 34′ 12.243″ | Ŧ Aqu 39.90471123y]

 

 

 

eta carinae (NGC 3372) nebula

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 161.07916667    

δ -59.88916667      0.000000    

RA 10h44m19.00000s  

δ -59d53m21.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 202.32224382     

β -59.13536783     

PA 312.820967  

 

Equatorial  to Galactic

287.61000331     

-0.85409773      

332.044841

ω Omega sagittarii (TYC 6899 -2595-1)

 

dist: unknown

ap. mag. 4.698

Equatorial J2000.0

α  298.95983333     

δ -26.29950000      0.000000    

RA 19h55m50.36000s  

δ -26d17m58.2000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 295.85073646    

β -5.42192333      

PA 11.155233   

M55 ( star tunnel )

dist: unknown

ap. mag. 7.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA 09h40m00.000s  

δ -30d58m00.000s

 

λ 291.54861859

 

Equatorial to Galactic

8.79092074      

-23.27318082     

71.289981

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 y6 (other cat. χ Chi aquilae A)

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 1986.724802 A.D.

( notes: a near period of the historical 1987 supernova!).

Dist: 230.415 parsec, ap. mag. 5.27

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  295.64166667     

δ 11.82666667       0.000000    

RA 19h42m34.00000s  

δ +11d49m36.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  300.18964579     

β 32.61765360      

PA 11.792386 

 

[00° 11′ 22.725″ Trop. Aqudist: 13.27519792y ± 2013.27519792 A.D.]

 

Equatorial J2000.0 to Galactic:

 

Galactic

49.34391999      

-5.69708791      

60.720196

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

y7 (other cat. upsilon (υ) aquilae)

 

Dist: 54.113 (parsec)

ap. mag. 5.91

 

Ŧ Aquarius: 1995.375017 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 296.41625000     

δ  7.61333333        0.000000    

RA 19h45m39.90000s  

δ +7d36m48.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 300.06632836    

β 28.33705967      

PA 11.598930 
[ 00° 03′ 58.782″ | Ŧ Aqadist: 4.642982621y]

zeta (ζ ) aquilae ( deneb okab australis )

 

Dist: 25.523 ( parsec)

ap. mag. 2.99

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 286.35250000     

δ  13.86333333       0.000000    

RA 19h05m24.60000s  

δ +13d51m48.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 289.79594321     

β 36.18558113      

PA 7.975967  

 

Equatorial J2000.0 to Galactic

46.85415230       3.24547390        62.843380   

ωα Aql ( omega 1 aquilae)

 

dist: 129.534 (parsec)

ap. mag. 5.28

 

still need to check elliptical coords

Need ecliptic!

α  289.45416667     

δ 11.59527778       0.000000    

RA 19h17m49.00000s  

δ +11d35m43.0000s

 

λ 293.61692844

 

Equatorial J2000.0 to Galactic

 

 

Galactic

46.24026595       -0.48537711       62.144859   

β  beta aquilae  (omega 2 Aql)

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  289.97083333     

δ 11.53500000       0.000000    

RA 19h19m53.00000s  

δ +11d32m06.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  293.61692844    

β 33.35138929      

PA 9.360299 

 

 

Equatorial to Galactic

46.42393278       -0.96089838       62.038958 

δ  delta aquilae (deneb okab)

dist: 15.373 (parsec)

ap. mag. 3.36

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

α 291.37458333     

δ 3.11472222        0.000000    

RA 19h25m29.90000s  

δ +3d06m53.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  293.63771171     

β 24.81701366     

PA 9.190966

 

Equatorial to Galactic

39.61867247      

-6.13132082       62.281346   

ζ Sgr ( zeta sagittarii)

 

dist: 27.315

ap. mag. 4.76

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  285.65291667     

δ  -29.88027778      0.000000    

RA 19h02m36.70000s  

δ -29d52m49.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  283.63828681     

β -7.17907126      

PA 6.209949 

ε Aql,  epsilon aquilae ( deneb bokab, Borealis)

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  284.90583333     

δ 15.06833333       0.000000    

RA 18h59m37.40000s  

δ +15d04m06.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  288.26228677     

β 37.56736334      

PA 7.416949

α  CrA (Corona australis, al fecca meridiana)

dist: 39.761

ap. mag. 4.11

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 287.36791667     

δ -37.90444444      0.000000    

RA 19h09m28.30000s  

δ -37d54m16.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  284.13472852     

β -15.31352861     

PA 7.071626 

 

Equatorial to Galactic

359.54123711      -19.59259998      70.349841 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ω Sgr (omega sagittarii)

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 298.95983333     

δ -26.29950000      0.000000    

RA 19h55m50.36000s  

δ -26d17m58.2000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 295.85073646     

β  -5.42192333      

PA 11.155233

theta-alpha serpens ( θα Ser, al ya)

 

dist: 40.437 (parsec)

ap. mag. 4.62

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 284.05500000     

δ 4.20361111        0.000000    

RA 18h56m13.20000s  

δ +4d12m13.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 285.75544594    

β 26.87742389      

PA 6.217359    

Nu capricornus (al shat)

 

dist: 83.472

ap. mag. 4.76

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 305.16583333    

δ -12.75916667      0.000000    

RA 20h20m39.80000s 

δ -12d45m33.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 304.43307190    

β 6.57591237       

PA 13.333279 

ζ Sgr (ascella)

dist: 47.125 (parsec)

ap. mag. 4.019

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 285.65291667     

δ -29.88027778      0.000000    

RA 19h02m36.70000s  

δ -29d52m49.0000s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  283.63828681     

β -7.17907126      

PA 6.209949    

 

β  λ   α   δ   °   ′ ″   ε

 

β beta Scutum

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

281.79375000      -4.74777778       0.000000    

18h47m10.50000s   -4d44m52.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 282.38018681     

β 18.18609124      

PA 4.909153    

 


Equatorial to Galactic

28.22058834      

-1.21721891      

62.877695  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

note: Closer large objects are usually beneficial, such as Orion’s stars, the closer Arcturus.


 

[1] Knobel, E. B., Al Achsasi Al Mouakket, on a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Mohammad Al Achsasi Al Mouakket (Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, June 1895),  55: 429.

[2] Wright, Anne, altair (constellation of words, online 2008, accessed July 2012), available from http://www.constellationofwords.com/Altair.htm ; Internet.

 

 


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