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Your rating has been recorded. Care has been taken to present the results of computations in the same form as the corresponding data in the Astronomical Almanac computationns at least to the same precision. While it is true that efficient coding often reduces the execution time, the point is that there is no need to make any great approximations until the very end of the computation.
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Modern microcomputers are wonderful machines, never tiring of performing the same computations over and over again until the user is satisfied with the result.
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So the primary goal of this book is to present a library of useful PowerBASIC and C subprograms and functions that can be combined to make powerful application programs. Today, these ephemerides are considered to be the final word on planetary ephemerides, and now the serious non-professional who wants to make use of them can do so. Your request to send this item has been completed. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Finding libraries that hold this item Stars are assigned as follows: Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject.
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An active member of the Catawba Valley Astronomy Club, Joe enjoys stargazing of all kinds, giving children their first view ephemers Saturns rings through a telescope, and collecting rare mathematical astronomy and celestial mechanics books.