<2021-06-07 Mon> At about 9:30 pm, bright star near the horizon at 310 degrees. Calculated values are Venus azimuth=299.666490 degrees clockwise from north and altitude 2.450345=degrees above horizon <2021-06-13 Sun> 09:10pm CDT 295az Venus azimuth=300.215986 degrees clockwise from north and altitude 1.241584=degrees above horizon
Easy to install On a Debian box install with the apt package manager. apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys AB406C34 Add this to your /etc/apt/sources.list.d deb [ arch=amd64 ] http://apt.nick-strauss.com/apt/debian jessie main Then type apt update apt-get install orbtimes
(Here is new release with -Z option to set artificial time used in this post) orbtimes-1.9.tar.gz 563172 bytes <2020-12-20 Sun> I saw it tonight. Pretty awesome — not the closest it will be — but luckily the sky was clear. Here in Missouri it was about thirty degrees above the […]
From I have found as a layman, the major evidence in support of global warming is the Keeling curve. CO2 measured directly since 1958 and from ice cores for hundreds of years shows an increase from about 270 ppm to over 420 ppm today. What is more troubling is the […]
add to /etc/apt/sources.list.d deb http://apt.nick-strauss.com/apt/debian jessie main then, you can update and get orbtimes as, apt-get update; apt-get install orbtimes then, man orbtimes and orbtimes.