Commit 371ea94f authored by Erik Naggum's avatar Erik Naggum
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(solar-moment, solar-ephemeris-time, solar-equatorial-coordinates,

solar-horizontal-coordinates): Doc fixes.
parent 3001419f
......@@ -301,7 +301,7 @@ being TIME.
TIME is a pair with the first component being the number of Julian centuries
elapsed at 0 Universal Time, and the second component being the universal
time. For instance, the pair corresponding to November 28, 1995 at 16 UT is
(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
\(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT.
Uses binary search."
......@@ -447,7 +447,7 @@ Corresponding value is nil if there is no sunrise/sunset."
TIME is a pair with the first component being the number of Julian centuries
elapsed at 0 Universal Time, and the second component being the universal
time. For instance, the pair corresponding to November 28, 1995 at 16 UT is
(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
\(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT.
Result is in julian centuries of ephemeris time."
......@@ -501,7 +501,7 @@ calendar-time-zone are used to interpret local time."
TIME is a pair with the first component being the number of Julian centuries
elapsed at 0 Universal Time, and the second component being the universal
time. For instance, the pair corresponding to November 28, 1995 at 16 UT is
(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
\(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT.
The azimuth is given in degrees as well as the height (between -180 and 180)."
......@@ -531,7 +531,7 @@ The azimuth is given in degrees as well as the height (between -180 and 180)."
TIME is a pair with the first component being the number of Julian centuries
elapsed at 0 Universal Time, and the second component being the universal
time. For instance, the pair corresponding to November 28, 1995 at 16 UT is
(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
\(-0.040945 16), -0.040945 being the number of julian centuries elapsed between
Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT."
(let* ((tm (solar-ephemeris-time time))
(ec (solar-ecliptic-coordinates tm for-sunrise-sunset)))
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