- Southwest Spring 2007 Travel Posts
2007.03.02 - Ancient Peruvian Astronomical Observatory at Chankillo.
The Three Major Neolithic Complexes
page has the research
Avebury, when obliquity equaled precisely 24 degrees,
the level summer solstice sunset pointed precisely to Newgrange"
- The Thornborough Page is updated
with a study results summary. The results caused me to contemplate a
new perspective on eclipses, a heliocentric model. In the results, an
eclipse related module termed S22 is prominent. S22, my AeGeo programming term for solar
orbit per lunar nodal period, equals 26.820613 degrees. We think of
eclipses from a geocentric perspective...
- Celebrating Twenty Years of Archaeogeodesy
Studies. On this date in 1987, I wrote down the quantification of
the analytic modules used in my archaeogeodesy studies. These are now
available as a new worksheet in archaeogeodesy.xls
v2007.01.11. The update includes an eclipse calculator using Excel's
vlookup function, so you only input the terse AeGeo code terms to do calculations.