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Sun to Sedna Ephemeris, 1600-2100

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Reporting Current Time

Date/Time: 2019.09.21 12:54:38 UTC (GMT - Delta T), JD = 2458748.037940
Sidereal Time: 12:55:04, Delta T = 81.3 seconds
Geocentric positions

Phase of Moon: 0.731 (0.000=New; 0.250=First 1/4; 0.500=Full; 0.750=Last 1/4)

Planet           Longitude       Latitude  Right Asc.  Declination
Sun            28 Vir 15'03"   - 0°00'01"   11:53:35     0°41'44"
Moon           21 Gem 16'37"   - 1°59'24"   05:22:35    21°09'49"
Moon's Node    14 Cnc 24'56"R    0°00'00"   07:02:36    22°39'24"
Apogee         06 Ari 01'58"   - 4°59'57"   00:30:04   - 2°11'44"
Mercury        12 Lib 05'52"     0°09'44"   12:44:45   - 4°37'55"
Venus          08 Lib 39'09"     1°10'14"   12:33:38   - 2°21'16"
Mars           21 Vir 52'50"     1°01'08"   11:31:47     4°09'23"
Jupiter        16 Sgr 58'50"     0°17'08"   17:03:32   -22°30'54"
Saturn         13 Cap 55'05"     0°11'45"   19:00:22   -22°30'52"
Uranus         05 Tau 58'43"R  - 0°30'58"   02:15:22    13°01'32"
Neptune        17 Psc 00'12"R  - 1°03'33"   23:13:50   - 6°06'26"
Pluto          20 Cap 40'04"R  - 0°31'17"   19:29:44   -22°21'45"
Chiron         03 Ari 54'13"R    3°12'59"   00:09:13     4°30'11"
Quaoar         01 Cap 20'39"     7°56'58"   18:05:32   -15°28'50"
Sedna          27 Tau 58'14"R  -11°59'13"   03:53:37     8°00'21"
Sgr A*/GalCtr  27 Sgr 07'20"   - 5°36'39"   17:46:54   -29°00'52"

Positions are apparent positions (where they appear in the sky at the time), not true positions. Planet and Moon positions are from NASA/JPL ephemeris files. This online ephemeris is provided for free. Neither JPL nor ephemeris.com make any warranty as to the suitability of their ephemeris data for any purpose.

Note: Sedna positions are from preliminary orbital elements published by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and are only approximate over long periods of time.

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