## Astronomical Applications of Vedic MathematicsAstronomical Applications of Vedic Mathemetics is a self-contained book which shows Vedic mathematics applications in many areas of Astronomy including Prediction of Eclipses the Solution of Kepler`s Equation (an important equation in astronomy for finding planetary coordinates), Solution of Spherical Triangles, Prediction of Planetary Positions. |

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### Contents

Chapters | 1 |

PREDICTION OF ECLIPSES | 13 |

KEPLERS EQUATION | 31 |

INTRODUCTION TO TRIPLES | 39 |

PREDICTION OF PLANETARY POSITIONS | 54 |

SPHERICAL TRIANGLES | 70 |

QUADRUPLES | 98 |

APPENDICES | 118 |

PLANET FINDER DIAGRAMS 131 133135 | 131 |

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accuracy angular aphelion approximate axis carried celestial equator celestial pole celestial sphere chapter circle circle of latitude code numbers column complementary triple continued fraction convergents coordinates Cotangent Rule Dec 1 0h decimal places define diagram divide duplexes Earth Earth's centre Earth's orbit eccentric anomaly eccentricity eclipse path elliptical orbit equatorial plane find an Angle Find the angle Find the geocentric flag formula geocentric longitude given gives heliocentric longitude hypotenuse inclination iteration Kepler's Equation latitude left to right mean meridian method multiply node Note observer obtained parallax pattern perfect quadruple perfect triple perihelion perpendicular planetary Point of Aries Polar Cosine Rule Pole Star position radians radius ratio require result right ascension right-angled triangle rotation Rule to find shown side significant figure Sine Rule solution spherical triangle square subtraction Sun and Moon Sun's true anomaly Vedic Mathematics Vertically and Crosswise vinculum x-axis zero