Also, Bill Gray's transit time for the Sun over Greenwich England was also very close, within tens of seconds of time if I recall correctly. Again, a good program and supports Tom's statement that Bill Gray is most concerned for accuracy. Stan Stan Gorodenski wrote: > > From my calculations, which could be wrong, it appears Bill Gray's > value is the most accurate which supports your statement that he seems > to be the most interested in high accuracy. His apparent RA for the > Sun was off by only tens of seconds of time compared to the values > given in the 2007 Observer's Handbook, page 158 (of course, this > assumes the Handbook values are correct). This is from a program, > version 8, that I received 5 years ago! I think this is a good program. > Stan > > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.