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Ephemeris for the Observation of the 2005/2006 Mars. XI

May 2006

Masami MURAKAMI


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HIS is a sequel to Part X where the Ephemeris for the physical Observation of Mars in April 2006 was given, and the present one deals with the Ephemeris of one month in May 2006: The data are listed for every day at 00:00 GMT (not TDT). ω and φ denote the longitude and latitude of the sub-Earth point respectively. The symbols λ, δ and ι stand for the areocentric longitude of the Sun, the apparent diameter and the phase angle respectively. In practice, the decimal fractions are not needed except for δ. The phase angle ι is a convenient value to see the noon line or other Martian local times. The apparent declination of the planet is given at the last column, which shows a possible altitude of the planet and as well it may be useful to introduce the planet into the finder. The data are basically based on The Astronomical Almanac for the Year 2006.

Date (00:00GMT) ω φ λ δ  ι Declination

01 May 2006 303.10W 06.2N 046.46Ls 04.88" 31.7 +2439'

02 May 2006 293.43W 06.4N 046.90Ls 04.86" 31.6 +2436'

03 May 2006 283.77W 06.7N 047.35Ls 04.84" 31.4 +2433'

04 May 2006 274.12W 06.9N 047.79Ls 04.82" 31.3 +2429'

05 May 2006 264.47W 07.2N 048.23Ls 04.80" 31.1 +2426'

 

06 May 2006 254.80W 07.5N 048.63Ls 04.78" 31.0 +2422'

07 May 2006 245.14W 07.7N 049.12Ls 04.76" 30.8 +2418'

08 May 2006 235.47W 08.0N 049.57Ls 04.74" 30.7 +2414'

09 May 2006 225.82W 08.2N 050.01Ls 04.72" 30.5 +2410'

10 May 2006 216.15W 08.5N 050.45Ls 04.70" 30.4 +2406'

 

11 May 2006 206.47W 08.7N 050.89Ls 04.68" 30.2 +2401'

12 May 2006 196.82W 09.0N 051.33Ls 04.66" 30.1 +2357'

13 May 2006 187.16W 09.3N 051.77Ls 04.64" 29.9 +2352'

14 May 2006 177.47W 09.5N 052.21Ls 04.62" 29.8 +2347'

15 May 2006 167.80W 09.8N 052.66Ls 04.61" 29.6 +2342'

 

16 May 2006 158.12W 10.0N 053.10Ls 04.59" 29.5 +2337'

17 May 2006 148.47W 10.3N 053.54Ls 04.57" 29.3 +2332'

18 May 2006 138.79W 10.5N 053.98Ls 04.55" 29.2 +2326'

19 May 2006 129.10W 10.8N 054.42Ls 04.54" 29.0 +2320'

20 May 2006 119.44W 11.0N 054.86Ls 04.52" 28.9 +2315'

 

21 May 2006 109.77W 11.3N 055.30Ls 04.50" 28.7 +2309'

22 May 2006 100.08W 11.5N 055.74Ls 04.49" 28.6 +2303'

23 May 2006 090.39W 11.8N 056.18Ls 04.47" 28.4 +2256'

24 May 2006 080.72W 12.0N 056.62Ls 04.46" 28.3 +2250'

25 May 2006 071.05W 12.3N 057.06Ls 04.44" 28.1 +2243'

 

26 May 2006 061.35W 12.5N 057.50Ls 04.43" 27.9 +2237'

27 May 2006 051.66W 12.7N 057.94Ls 04.41" 27.8 +2230'

28 May 2006 041.97W 13.0N 058.37Ls 04.40" 27.6 +2223'

29 May 2006 032.30W 13.2N 058.81Ls 04.38" 27.4 +2215'

30 May 2006 022.59W 13.4N 059.25Ls 04.37" 27.3 +2208'

 

31 May 2006 012.90W 13.7N 059.69Ls 04.35" 27.1 +2201'

 

 

01 June 2006 003.21W 13.9N 060.12Ls 04.34" 27.0 +2153'

02 June 2006 353.53W 14.2N 060.56Ls 04.32" 26.8 +2145'

 


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