§731(sequel-4) The age of re-innovation is at hand (the first year of the 20th century): I-16.

I-16 (§731 sequel-4).

e) The cases legitimate for the condition of the common retrogradation of Saturn and Jupiter in loose conjunction and for the condition of Saturn’s aphelion in Capricorn are as follows:

Table §731g: The screened cases (validly extended).

Year

M
o
n
th

Day

Hour:

LMT
at
Paris (2.4º E, 48.9º N)

Aphelion (heliocentric)

by Horizons:

OM + W + PG

+ 180°.

Hour: CT + 00:09:36

( ): geocentric longitude of Saturn.

1901

5

1

01:271

271°.0764 (286º 22ʹ)

1901

6

1

0:00

270°.9906 (285º 24ʹ)

1901

7

10

0:00

270°.6536 (282º 47ʹ)

1901

8

10

0:00

270.4916 (280º 46ʹ)

1901

8

19

2:00

270°.6760 (280º 20ʹ)

1901

8

21

0:00

270°.5602 (280º 16ʹ)

1901

8

21

5:00

270°.5495 (280º 15ʹ)

1901

8

22

0:00

270°.5080 (280º 14ʹ)

1901

8

25

0:00

270°.4039 (280º 07ʹ)

1901

8

30

22:59

270°.6476 (279° 57ʹ)

1961

8

12

7:26

270°.0337 (294° 52ʹ)

1961

8

12

10:47

270°.0278 (294° 51ʹ)

1961

8

12

18:00

270°.0121 (294° 50ʹ)

1961

8

12

21:00

270.0043 (294°49ʹ)

1961

8

12

22:00

270.0016 (294°49ʹ)

1961

8

12

22:30

270.0003 (294° 49ʹ)

1961

8

12

22:35

270.00001 (294° 49ʹ)

1961

8

12

22:37

270.00004 (294° 49ʹ)

1961

8

12

22:38

270.00000 (294° 49ʹ)

1961

8

12

22:39

269.9999 n/a

1961

8

12

22:40

269.9998 n/a

 

f) How is Saturn (in retrogradation in Capricorn in loose conjunction with Jupiter) at its aphelion during the period: 1555-2000 ?

As to a stay of Saturn at its aphelion or an elongation of Saturn from its aphelion, it is necessary previously to coordinate somehow rigorously the geocentric longitudes of Saturn with the heliocentric longitudes of aphelion of Saturn.

Now, it is to be recalled that a heliocentric longitude of Saturn is the sum of OM (OMEGA: longitude of the ascendant node, in degrees) + W (w, argument of the perifocus = argument of the perihelion, in degrees) + TA (true anomaly, in degrees) (Saito, id., p.38-39). And the data with the reference epoch of J2000.0 (: JD = 2451545.0) are converted into those of the reference epoch of 1900 I 1.5 UT (: JD = 2415021.0) by subtraction of GP (general precession) (Nagasawa, id., p.155).

Horizons On-Line Ephemeris System provides us with OM, W and TA (J2000.0) to get heliocentric longitudes of Saturn as follows:

Table §731h: Heliocentric data of Saturn by Horizons.

Year

M
o
n
th

Day

Hour:
LMT
at
Paris (2.4º E, 48.9º
N).

TA

OM

GP

W

1901

5

1

01:27

190.0169

113.9450

-1.3775

338.5090

1901

6

1

0:00

191.0352

113.9492

-1.3763

338.4177

1901

7

10

0:00

192.5479

113.9309

-1.3748

338.0975

1901

8

10

0:00

193.6450

113.9305

-1.3736

337.9347

1901

8

19

2:00

193.7345

113.9504

-1.3733

338.0989

1901

8

21

0:00

193.9082

113.9420

-1.3732

337.9914

1901

8

21

5:00

193.9251

113.9412

-1.3732

337.9815

1901

8

22

0:00

193.9905

113.9381

-1.3732

337.9431

1901

8

25

0:00

194.1853

113.9300

-1.3730

337.8469

1901

8

30

22:59

194.1212

113.9501

-1.3728

338.0704

1961

8

12

7:26

207.2342

113.7644

-0.5359

336.8052

1961

8

12

10:47

207.2444

113.7645

-0.5359

336.7992

1961

8

12

22:30

207.2867

113.7651

-0.5359

336.7710

1961

8

12

22:35

207.2871

113.7651

-0.5359

336.7708

1961

8

12

22:37

207.2872

113.7652

-0.5359

336.7707

1961

8

12

22:38

207.2873

113.7652

-0.5359

336.7707

1961

8

12

22 :39

207.2873

113.7652

-0.5359

336.7706

1961

8

12

22 :40

207.2874

113.7652

-0.5359

336.7706


Table §731i: Heliocentric longitudes and aphelions of Saturn.

Year

M
o
n
th

D
a
y

Hour:
LMT
at Paris
(2.4º
E,
48.9º
N)

Aphelion
(heliocentric)
by Horizons:
OM + W +
PG + 180°.
Hour: CT +
00:09:36

( ): geocentric
longitude of
Saturn

Longitude
of Saturn
(heliocentric):
OM + W +
TA + PG
(reduced
to 0° - 360°).
Hour: CT +
00:09:36
[ ]: by Stella-
Navigator.
∆: Elongation
of Saturn
from its
aphelion

1901

5

1

01:27

271°.0764
(286º 22ʹ)

281°.0934
[281° 06ʹ]
∆10°.0169

1901

6

1

0:00

270°.9906
(285º 24)

282°.0258
[282° 03ʹ]
∆11°.0352

1901

7

10

0:00

270°.6536
(282º 47ʹ)

283.°2015
[283° 13ʹ]
∆12°.5479

1901

8

10

0:00

270.4916
(280º 46ʹ)

284°.1366
[284° 09ʹ]
∆13°.6450

1901

8

19

2:00

270°.6760
(280º 20ʹ)

284°.4105
[284° 25ʹ]
∆13°.7345

1901

8

21

0:00

270°.5602
(280º 16ʹ)

284°.4684
[284° 29ʹ]
∆13°.9082

1901

8

21

5:00

270°.5495
(280º 15ʹ)

284°.4746
[284° 29ʹ]
∆13°.9251

1901

8

22

0:00

270°.5080
(280º 14ʹ)

284°.4985
[284° 31ʹ]
∆13°.9905

1901

8

25

0:00

270°.4039
(280º 07ʹ)

284°.5892
[284° 36ʹ]
∆14°.1853
[max.]

1901

8

30

22:59

270°.6476
(279° 57ʹ)

284°.7689
[284° 46ʹ]
∆14°.1213

1961

8

12

7:26

270°.0337
(294° 52ʹ)

297°.2679
[297° 16ʹ]
∆27°.2342
[minimum]

1961

8

12

10:47

270°.0278
(294° 51ʹ)

297°.2722
[297° 16ʹ]
∆27°.2444

1961

8

12

22:30

270.0003
(294° 49ʹ)

297°.2869
[297° 17ʹ]
∆27°.2866

1961

8

12

22:35

270.00001
(294° 49ʹ)

297°.2871
[297° 17ʹ]
∆27°.2871

1961

8

12

22:37

270.00004
(294° 49ʹ)

297°.2872
[297° 17ʹ]
∆27°.2872

1961

8

12

22:38

270.00000
(294° 49ʹ )

297°.2873
[297° 17ʹ]
∆27°.2873

1961

8

12

22:39

269.9999
n/a

297°.2872

1961

8

12

22:40

269.9998
n/a

297°.2873

 

It is thoroughly evident through the table above that the cases of the year 1901 are more valid than those of the year 1961 as to the proximate elongation of Saturn from its aphelion. In fact, even the maximum elongation of the year 1901: 14°.1853 is smaller than the minimum of the year 1961: 27°.2342 by over 13°, as shown roughly in the following drawing of mine and precisely in the following two images of the solar system produced by StellaNavigator:

[1901-8-13 10:20, 1961-8-12 22:30]
Saturn g
Legend:
γ: The vernal equinox.
S: The Sun at 1901-8-13 10:20 and at 1961-8-12 22:30.
E: The Earth at 1901-8-13 10:20 and at 1961-8-12 22:30.
A1: Saturn’s aphelion at 1901-8-13 10:20.
A2: Saturn’s aphelion at 1961-8-12 22:30.
St1: Saturn at 1901-8-13 10:20.
St2: Saturn at 1961-8-12 22:30.
β1: Saturn’s elongation from its aphelion at 1901-8-13 10:20 = c. 12°.5.
β2: Saturn’s elongation from its aphelion at 1961-8-12 22:30 = c. 26°.8.

[1901-8-25 00:00 : 284° 36ʹ]:
 config A

[1961-8-12 7:26 : 297° 16ʹ]:
config B

Then, of the screened cases (validly extended) of the table §731g, the fittest for the condition of « Saturn at its aphelion » are those of the year 1901, those of the year 1961 having to be excluded.

In conclusion, all the conditions premised are found to converge into the unique period: 1st May 1901 01:27 – 30 August 1901 22:59, announcing probably the first year of the 20th century.
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