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Mercury for 1934:

Where ts S at 3h3Sm P.M. London, when Noon position is 2>S* 44 'TT]J and its motion 1*24' per day? log. 3-38 0,3199 -Hog. 1.24 1,2541

2,054 equals 13' as motion during these 3h38m.

—26*57'TJ5 for g on May 17th, 1934, by progressed position. Figuring this back to January 1st, 1934, we say:

Years motion 1*24' or 84' or 5040". 5040~-*-365=13.8" per day. Since difference from January 1st to May 17th is 137 days we multiply these 13.8" by 137 — 1890". Dividing this by 60 gives 31Vi'.

Therefore: 26*37' less JlVi' gives 26'25Vi'nj2 /or (J.

Ven'us. for 1934: (same rules ate applied as with Mercury)

log. 1*15' 1,2833 (motion per day) (Oct. 8th, 1792) +)og. lhl^m 1,2607 lhl9m before Noon, London)

2'42'TTL — 4' 2'38'm. for May 17, 1934. 1*15' — 75' = 4500" -:- 365 " 12.3" per day. To get position back to January 1st we say: 12.3' X 137 •= 1709". 1709 -«- ¿0 — 28'. We deduct these 28' from 2*3S'H1-Venus on January 1st, 1934, is at 2*10'1T|_.

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