The Moon, Sun and Jupiter coordinates and distances variation through 100 years

Authors

  • Abdulrahman H.S. Almohammadi Department of Astronomy and Space, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Atared Y. Qahtan Department of Astronomy and Space, College of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.

Keywords:

Moon orbit, Jupiter orbit, Sun-Moon distance, Jupiter-Earth distance.

Abstract

In this research calculate the ecliptic and equatorial coordinates for the Moon , Sun and Jupiter through 100 years and calculate the distances between the Moon and the Earth , the Sun and the Earth , Jupiter and the Sun, Jupiter and the Earth . From Calculation and discussion the changes in the equatorial coordinate were: Δ , Δ δJ = (22.73+21.93, 23.28+22.99) , and the maximum values and minimum values for the Moon were: Rm(min) = 0.00239,0.00240 and Rm(max) = 0.0027,0.00272 , and Jupiter RJ(min) = 4.99077,4.99966 and RJ(min) = 5.44469,5.45057 , and the periods change preface to calculate the conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter. 

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Published

2021-12-02

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Section

Astronomy and Space

How to Cite

The Moon, Sun and Jupiter coordinates and distances variation through 100 years . (2021). Iraqi Journal of Science, 58(3B), 1534-1545. https://ijs.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/eijs/article/view/5832

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