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  1. Absolute Magnitudes
  2. Atmosphere
  3. Atmospheric Pressure on Planets and Moons
  4. Average Season Beginnings in 2005
  5. Average Season Lengths
  6. Azimuth of Sunrise for Days and Latitudes
  7. Azimuth of Sunset for Days and Latitudes
  8. Brightest Stars
  9. Brightness of the Moon
  10. Calendar Formulas Summary
  11. Calendars: Islamic Years 1434−1440
  12. Calendars: March Equinox Years in Days
  13. Calendars: Roman
  14. Calendars: Sidereal Month in Days
  15. Calendars: Synodical Month in Days
  16. Calendars: Tropical Year in Days
  17. Calendars: Tropical Year in Synodical Months
  18. Celestial Stems from the Chinese Calendar
  19. Chemical Elements in the Universe, by Mass
  20. Chemical Elements in the Universe, by Number
  21. Closest Conjunctions of Mercury - Saturn from −4712 to 8977
  22. Closest Conjunctions of Mercury - Saturn from 1000 to 3000
  23. Closest Conjunctions of Planets
  24. Closest Conjunctions of Planets around 2000
  25. Compass Direction of Sunrise for Days and Latitudes
  26. Compass Direction of Sunset for Days and Latitudes
  27. Conjunction Spread Distribution
  28. Constellations and Their Neighbors
  29. Constellations of the Ecliptic
  30. Constellations: Brightest (Milky Way)
  31. Constellations: Brightest and Dimmest (Stars)
  32. Constellations: Characteristics
  33. Constellations: Furthest and Nearest
  34. Constellations: Largest and Smallest
  35. Coordinate Systems
  36. Day Length for Days and Latitudes
  37. Distance of the Horizon
  38. Eclipse Periods
  39. Equation of Kepler: Solutions for 0.0001 Radian
  40. Equation of Kepler: Solutions for 1 Radian
  41. Equation of Kepler: Solutions for 10000 Radians
  42. Equilibrium Temperatures
  43. Examples of the Reconstruction of Mod-Values
  44. Full Moon 2000−2018
  45. Fusion Reaction Symbols
  46. Good Calendars for (Ecliptic-Averaged) Tropical Years and Synodical Months
  47. Good Calendars for March Equinox Years and Synodical Months
  48. Good Calendars for Spring Years
  49. Good Calendars for Synodical Months
  50. Good Calendars for Synodical Months in Tropical Years
  51. Good Calendars for Tropical Years
  52. Gravity on the Sun, Planets, and Moons
  53. Height of Solar Transit for Days and Latitudes
  54. Hohmann Journeys
  55. Julian Day Count
  56. Lagrange Point Periods
  57. Layes of the Atmosphere of the Earth
  58. Leap Years in Islamic Calendar
  59. Lightyears and their Kin
  60. Limiting Magnitudes
  61. Local Group of Galaxies
  62. Local Supercluster of Galaxy Clusters
  63. Lunar Eclipses 2003−2021
  64. Lunar Eclipses Near Season Start 1800..2199
  65. Lunar Eclipses Near Season Start −1999..+3000
  66. Mathematical Functions
  67. Mathematical Notation
  68. Month Lengths
  69. Month Types of the Jewish Calendar
  70. Months of the Babylonian Calendar
  71. Months of the Egyptian Calendar
  72. Months of the Gaulish Calendar
  73. Months of the Gregorian Calendar
  74. Months of the Islamic Calendar
  75. Months of the Jewish Calendar
  76. Months of the Julian Calendar
  77. Moons
  78. Moons and Planets with the Greatest and Smallest Orbital Speed
  79. Moons with the Greatest Density
  80. Moons with the Greatest Diameter
  81. Moons with the Greatest Diameter Relative to their Planet
  82. Moons with the Greatest Gravity at their Surface
  83. Moons with the Greatest Mass
  84. Moons with the Greatest Mass Relative to their Planet
  85. Moons with the Greatest Tidal Effects of the Sun on their Orbit
  86. Moons with the Greatest and Smallest Orbital Period
  87. Moons with the Greatest or Smallest Distance to their Planet
  88. Moons with the Highest and Lowest Surface Temperature
  89. Names for Solstices and Equinoxes
  90. Nearby Galaxy Clusters
  91. Nearby Galaxy Clusters
  92. Nearby Rich Galaxy Clusters
  93. Nearby Superclusters of Galaxy Clusters
  94. New Moon 2000−2018
  95. New Year
  96. Next Events
  97. Nuclear Fusion: CNO Cycle
  98. Nuclear Fusion: Heavy Stars
  99. Nuclear Fusion: PP I Reaction
  100. Nuclear Fusion: PP II Reaction
  101. Nuclear Fusion: PP III Reaction
  102. Number of Repeats Needed to Solve Kepler's Equation (combined)
  103. Number of Repeats Needed to Solve Kepler's Equation (mean anomaly)
  104. Number of Repeats Needed to Solve Kepler's Equation (perifocal anomaly)
  105. Orbital Elements of Asteroids
  106. Planet Ingredients
  107. Planet Magnitudes and Albedos
  108. Planet Month Lengths in Earth days
  109. Planet Month Lengths in that Planet's days
  110. Planet Names in Languages, Prefixes, and Postfixes
  111. Planet Orbit Shapes
  112. Planet Orbital Velocities
  113. Planet Positions on 1−1-2004
  114. Planetary Rotation Directions
  115. Planetary Systems in the Solar System
  116. Planets in Constellations
  117. Planets: Approximations for Right Ascension and Declination
  118. Planets: Contributions to the Equation of Time
  119. Planets: Daytime Length Coefficients
  120. Planets: Distances from the Earth
  121. Planets: Distances from the Sun
  122. Planets: Equation of Center
  123. Planets: Mean Anomaly
  124. Planets: Noon
  125. Planets: Orbital Elements
  126. Planets: Other Orbital Numbers
  127. Planets: Perihelion and Obliquity of the Ecliptic (Planetocentric)
  128. Planets: Periods
  129. Planets: Position Approximation Accuracy
  130. Planets: Position Calculation Accuracy
  131. Planets: Sidereal Time
  132. Planets: Size, Mass, Density
  133. Planets: Solar Disk Diameter and Refraction
  134. Planets: Symbols
  135. Propellants
  136. SI-units
  137. Saros Numbers 2003−2021 for the Moon
  138. Saros Numbers 2003−2021 for the Sun
  139. Satellite Discoveries in the Solar System
  140. Schwarzschild Diameters
  141. Season Lengths
  142. Season Start
  143. Seasons
  144. Seasons on the Planets
  145. Seasons: Dates
  146. Seasons: JD
  147. Seasons: Lengths
  148. Seasons: Names
  149. Sidereal Time
  150. Sidereal Times of the Milky Way
  151. Solar Eclipses 2003−2021
  152. Solar Eclipses Near Season Start 1800..2199
  153. Solar Eclipses Near Season Start −1999..+3000
  154. Solar Position From All Planets On 1−1-2000
  155. Solar Position From All Planets On 1−4-2004
  156. Solar Transit Times
  157. Space Mission Costs
  158. Space Voids
  159. Speed of Light in Various Units
  160. Star Counts
  161. Stars Move to Other Constellations
  162. Sunlight on Planets
  163. Synodical Periods Between All Planets (I)
  164. Synodical Periods Between All Planets (II)
  165. Synodical Periods Versus Distance
  166. Terrestrial Branches from the Chinese Calendar
  167. Tides on Earth Due to Planets
  168. Time Differences in the Benelux
  169. Time of Solar Transit for Latitudes
  170. Time of Sunrise for Days and Latitudes
  171. Time of Sunset for Days and Latitudes
  172. Titius-Bode
  173. Units of Time of the Central American Long Count
  174. Very Large and Very Small Numbers
  175. Year Lengths
  176. Year of Seasons



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