Commit 371ea94f by Erik Naggum

### (solar-moment, solar-ephemeris-time, solar-equatorial-coordinates,

`solar-horizontal-coordinates): Doc fixes.`
parent 3001419f
 ... @@ -301,7 +301,7 @@ being TIME. ... @@ -301,7 +301,7 @@ being TIME. TIME is a pair with the first component being the number of Julian centuries 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 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 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. Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT. Uses binary search." Uses binary search." ... @@ -447,7 +447,7 @@ Corresponding value is nil if there is no sunrise/sunset." ... @@ -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 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 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 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. Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT. Result is in julian centuries of ephemeris time." Result is in julian centuries of ephemeris time." ... @@ -501,7 +501,7 @@ calendar-time-zone are used to interpret local 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 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 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 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. 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)." 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)." ... @@ -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 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 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 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." Jan 1, 2000 at 12 UT and November 28, 1995 at 0 UT." (let* ((tm (solar-ephemeris-time time)) (let* ((tm (solar-ephemeris-time time)) (ec (solar-ecliptic-coordinates tm for-sunrise-sunset))) (ec (solar-ecliptic-coordinates tm for-sunrise-sunset))) ... ...
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