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calculate upper/lower culmination times of.. - etrsi_645 - 2019-04-03

Polaris?  I couldn't find a way to do it.


RE: calculate upper/lower culmination times of.. - theskyhound - 2019-04-04

The upper culmination time is the time of transit. The lower is exactly 12 hours later.


RE: calculate upper/lower culmination times of.. - JoeNovak - 2019-04-05

(2019-04-03, 02:31 AM)etrsi_645 Wrote: Polaris?  I couldn't find a way to do it.
The time of upper culmination for Polaris is the transit time.
Polaris is at its upper culmination once every 23h 56m 4s.

Time of lower culmination = Time of upper culmination +- 11h 58m


RE: calculate upper/lower culmination times of.. - etrsi_645 - 2019-04-06

thank you so much gentlemen!!