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Table of astronomical periods

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Astronomical facts

'The Earths periodic orbit of the Sun and the Moons orbit of the Earth are the most important timeunits for calculating the cyclical movements of the financial markets'
The Sun - sidereal rotation at equator 25.03 days
Moon - sidereal month 27.32 days
Moon - 13 sidereal moons 355.16 days
Moon - synodic month (phases) 29.53 days
Moon - 12 synodic months 354.36 days
Earth - sidereal orbit of the Sun 365.24 days = 1 yr
 
     
'The lunar nodes indicate where the path of the Moon intersects the eclipse and determines when eclipses of the Sun or Moon may occur'
Lunar nodes 18,6 yr
Metonic cycle 19 yr
Saros cycle 223 lunations = 18,02yr
'The eclipses provide important information regarding the turningpoints of the market'
'Historical eclipses'
'Saros 1' / 'Saros 2'
     
  Sidereal  periods  
     
 
Mercury 88 days - 0.241 yrs
Venus 224.7 days - 0.615 yrs
Mars 687 days - 1.88 yrs
Jupiter 11.86 yrs
Saturn 29.46 yrs
Uranus 84.01 yrs
Neptune 164.79 yrs
Pluto 248.54 yrs
The allignments
of the 2 giants
'Jupiter og Saturn'
 
     
  Apparent motion  
     
'Because the planets travel round the Sun in different orbits, the inner planet periodically gets the inner turn and overtakes an outer planet. This is the cause of the planets apparent backwards or retrograde motion in the Sky'
Average per year Stationary Retrograde motion
Mercury 6 times 72 days
Venus < 2 25 days
Mars < 2 27.5 days
Jupiter 2 103 days
Saturn 2 106 days
Uranus 2 151 days
Neptune 2 160 days
Pluto 2 162 days
'Mercuy was stationary and went retrograde on Friday 16. October 1987. This coincided with beginning of one of the most dramatic drops and crashes to financial markets in history'
     
     
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