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§731(sequel-1) The age of re-innovation is at hand (the first year of the 20th century): I-16.

I-16 (§731 sequel-1).

Now it is to be examined if during these periods Saturn is at its aphelion [Sythe at its high APSIS in Capricorn] or not.

c) Astronomic calculation of the aphelion of Saturn during the period: 1555-2000.

Anyone has not given until now the astronomic calculations of the aphelion of Saturn in order to answer the question of this quatrain. Thus far, only the classical data have been invoked by interpreters of Nostradamus (e.g. Brind’Amour, 1993, p.212; Guinard, Le quatrain I.16 et l'annonce de la chute définitive de la Monarchie (1842-1848), 2007-2015). But those data of old times, are they truly correct and believable even now, in this age of the greatest innovation in science ?  Now, the so-called astronomic chronology, namely the investigation of astronomical truths of celestial phenomena in ancient records by means of the modernest theories and techniques of astronomy, will help us to treat this problem.

Then, the longitude of the perihelion of the orbit of Saturn is one of its orbital elements. And its aphelion is in opposition to its perihelion. Therefore, the longitude of the aphelion is the sum of the longitude of the perihelion and
180º.

But
, Saturn and Jupiter, the two outer large planets, are subject especially to their mutual perturbations in their orbit that are not easy to be calculated with precision. We will follow the practice proposed by a leading tenant of astronomic chronology in Japan Dr. Kuniji Saito [斉藤国治] in his Astronomic Chronology [『古天文学』], KoseishaKoseikaku [恒星社厚生閣], Tokyo, 1989, p.57-75.

1. JD: Julian Days
2. Epoch: AD 1900 I 1.5 UT = JD2415021.d0  
3. C: JD of the date in question in term of century beginning with the epoch = (JD - 2415021)/36525
4. T: The year (Y) of the date in question in term of 10 centuries = Y/1000
5. PNL: The longitude of the perihelion of Saturn = 91º.09821 + 1º.958416C + 8º.26361·10-4C2 + 4º.61111·10-6C3
6. PNLp: The perturbative term = ( PS7 + PS8 ) / sin (3º.56 - 0º.175T - 0º.005T2)
7. PS7: The perturbative term of long period = - 0º.50 + B ( T ) sin { ( T - 0.54 ) 360º / 0.95} 
8. B(T) : Amplitude =
0º.10 - 0º.005T
9. PS8: The perturbative term of short period = To be calculated by means of the digital table VIIIc. Kurzperiodische Störungen 100 ψ8 of P. V. Neugebauer, Tafeln zur astronomischen Chronologie, II, J.C. Hinrichs’sche Buchhandlung, Leipzig, 1914, p.XI, p.60-61.
10. The digital table has two parameters: rETA [η] and rZETA [ζ].
11. ETA = 86º.1 + 0º.033459 ( JD - 1721057)
12. ZETA = 89º.1 + 0º.049630 ( JD - 1721057)
13. 1721057.d0: JD of AD 0 I 0, 12h UT
14. rETA: Reduction of ETA in large number to 0° - 360° = 360º ( ETA / 360 - INT(ETA / 360))
15. rZETA: Reduction of ZETA in large number to 0° - 360° =  360º ( ZETA / 360 - INT(ZETA / 360))
16. The longitude of the aphelion of Saturn = PNL + PNLp + 180º

Table §731c: Aphelions of Saturn.

Year

M
o
n
th

Day

Hour: LMT at Paris (2.4º E, 48.9º N).

Longitude
of the
aphelion
of Saturn
(heliocentric).

Capricorn:
270º-300º.

1555

1

1

0:00

265º.9921
(265° 59.5ʹ)

1600

1

1

0:00

269º.0255
(269° 02ʹ)

1650

1

1

0:00

268º.1589
(268° 10ʹ)

1700

1

1

0:00

266º.3398
(266° 20ʹ)

1750

1

1

0:00

269º.0382
(269° 02ʹ)

1770

1

1

0:00

271º.4780
(271° 29ʹ)

1800

1

1

0:00

272º.0609
(272º 04ʹ)

1810

1

1

0:00

269º.9867
(269º 59ʹ)

1820

1

1

0:00

267º.3515
(267º 21ʹ)

1830

1

1

0:00

270º.5510
(270º 33ʹ)

1840

1

1

0:00

272º.4163
(272º 25ʹ)

1841

1

1

0:00

271º.4036
(271º 24ʹ)

1842

1

1

0:00

270º.1088
(270º 07ʹ)

1842

1

26

3:00

270°.0208
(270º 01ʹ)

1842

2

1

0:00

270º.0003
(270º 00ʹ)

1842

2

5

0:00

269°.9863
(269º 59ʹ)

1842

2

10

0:00

269°.9688
(269º 58ʹ)

1842

2

20

0:00

269°.9334
(269º 56ʹ)

1842

3

20

0:00

269°.8284
(269º 50ʹ)

1842

4

23

21:34

269°.7064
(269º 42ʹ)

1842

4

30

21:00

269º.6473
(269º 39ʹ)

1842

5

10

18:10

269º.6473
(269º 39ʹ)

1842

6

15

0:00

269°.5239
(31ʹ)

1842

7

20

0:00

269º.4014
(
269° 24ʹ)

1842

9

2

13:10

269°.2455
(269° 15ʹ)

1842

9

9

6:18

269º.2221
(
269° 13ʹ)

1842

9

12

6:08

269°.2116
(269° 13ʹ)

1842

11

15

0:00

268º.9885
(
268° 59ʹ)

1842

12

10

0:00

269°.2569
(269° 15ʹ)

1843

1

1

0:00

268º.8240
(
268° 49ʹ)

1844

1

1

0:00

268º.0195
(
268° 01ʹ)

1845

1

1

0:00

268º.1027
(
268° 06ʹ)

1846

1

1

0:00

268º.8578
(
268° 51ʹ)

1847

1

1

0:00

269º.9061
(
269° 54ʹ)

1847

1

10

0:00

269º.9358
(
269° 56ʹ)

1847

1

18

0:00

269º.9622
(
269° 58ʹ)

1847

2

1

0:00

270º.0084
(
270° 00ʹ)

1847

3

1

0:00

270º.0931
(270º 06ʹ)

1847

4

1

0:00

270º.2010
(270º 12ʹ)

1847

8

15

0:00

270º.7208
(270º 43ʹ)

1848

1

1

0:00

271º.1395

(271º 08ʹ)

1849

2

15

0:00

272º.2387
(272º 14ʹ)

1850

3

15

0:00

272º.7442
(272º 45ʹ)

1860

1

1

0:00

273º.7869
(273º 47ʹ)

1870

1

1

0:00

270º.9814
(270º 59ʹ)

1880

1

1

0:00

267º.9729
(267º 58ʹ)

1890

1

1

0:00

270º.7616
(270º 46ʹ)

1900

1

1

0:00

272º.1963
(272º 12ʹ)

1901

1

1

0:00

271º.0742
(271º 04ʹ)

1901

4

26

4:44

270°.6599
(270º 40ʹ)

1901

5

1

01:27

270°.6428
(270º 39ʹ)

1901

6

1

0:00

270º.5340
(270º 32ʹ)

1901

7

10

0:00

270°.3971
(270º 24ʹ)

1901

8

19

2:00

270°.2563
(270º 15ʹ)

1901

8

21

0:00

270º.2495
(270º 15ʹ)

1901

8

21

5:00

270º.2488
 (270º 15ʹ)

1901

8

22

0:00

270º.2460
(270º 15ʹ)

1901

8

25

0:00

270º.2355

 (270º 14ʹ)

1901

8

30

22:59

270º.2147
(270º 13ʹ)

1901

9

7

0:00

270°.1898
(270º 11ʹ)

1901

9

14

14 :19

270°.1652
(270º 10ʹ)

1901

10

31

0:00

270°.0002
(270º 00ʹ)

1901

11

28

15:00

269º.8996
(269º 54ʹ)

1902

1

1

0:00

269º.7824
(269º 47ʹ)

1910

1

1

0:00

273º.5190
(273º 31ʹ)

1920

1

1

0:00

275º.1289
(275º 08ʹ)

1930

1

1

0:00

271º.8996
(271º 54ʹ)

1940

1

1

0:00

268º.8184
(268º 49ʹ)

1950

1

1

0:00

270º.8488
(270º 51ʹ)

1960

1

1

0:00

271º.9068
(271º 54ʹ)

1961

1

5

4:49

270°.6252
(270º 38ʹ)

1961

2

18

21:17

270°.4676
(270º 28ʹ)

1961

3

15

7:55

270°.3707
(270º 22ʹ)

1961

5

9

17:54

270°.1754
(270º 11ʹ)

1961

5

25

19:36

270°.1187
(270º 07ʹ)

1961

8

12

10:47

269°.8415
(269º 50ʹ)

1961

9

23

15:37

269°.6927
(269º 42ʹ)

1961

9

27

20:32

269°.6779
(269º 41ʹ)

1962

1

1

0:00

269°.3980
(269º 24ʹ)

1970

1

1

0:00

274º.0244
(274º 01ʹ)

1980

1

1

0:00

275º.9692
(275º 58ʹ)

1990

1

1

0:00

272º.9153
(272º 55ʹ)

1991

1

1

0:00

273°.5139
(273º 31ʹ)

1992

1

1

0:00

273°.7015
(273º 42ʹ)

2000

1

1

0:00

270º.0830
(270º 05ʹ)

2000

12

31

0:00

271º.6818
(271º 41ʹ)

2017

10

18

15:00

273°.7086
(273º 41ʹ)


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