Monday, October 31, 2005

more startling data

Earth's Seasons
Equinoxes, Solstices, Perihelion, and Aphelion1992-2020
d h d h m d h m
2005
Perihelion Jan 2 01 Equinoxes Mar 20 12 33 Sept 22 22 23
Aphelion July 5 05 Solstices June 21 06 46 Dec 21 18 35
2006
Perihelion Jan 4 15 Equinoxes Mar 20 18 26 Sept 23 04 03
Aphelion July 3 23 Solstices June 21 12 26 Dec 22 00 22
2007
Perihelion Jan 3 20 Equinoxes Mar 21 00 07 Sept 23 09 51
Aphelion July 7 00 Solstices June 21 18 06 Dec 22 06 08
2008
Perihelion Jan 3 00 Equinoxes Mar 20 05 48 Sept 22 15 44
Aphelion July 4 08 Solstices June 20 23 59 Dec 21 12 04
2009
Perihelion Jan 4 15 Equinoxes Mar 20 11 44 Sept 22 21 18
Aphelion July 4 02 Solstices June 21 05 45 Dec 21 17 47
2010
Perihelion Jan 3 00 Equinoxes Mar 20 17 32 Sept 23 03 09
Aphelion July 6 11 Solstices June 21 11 28 Dec 21 23 38
2011
Perihelion Jan 3 19 Equinoxes Mar 20 23 21 Sept 23 09 04
Aphelion July 4 15 Solstices June 21 17 16 Dec 22 05 30
2012
Perihelion Jan 5 00 Equinoxes Mar 20 05 14 Sept 22 14 49
Aphelion July 5 03 Solstices June 20 23 09 Dec 21 11 11
Note: In the tables, d, h, m indicate day, hour, minute, respectively, of Universal Time.

2 Comments:

At 9:02 AM, Blogger Dr. R. Murk said...

A non terminating, repeating series of ones, perhaps?

 
At 10:57 AM, Blogger Hobbs von Wackamole said...

hmm, could be....in a combination of 11! You, Murk, know what I mean by 11! thought you'd like to see (sorry the formatting fell apart)

 

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