The Transit of Venus 2012, June 5/6th

Reconstruction of the lost Database of Submitted Spreadsheets with Venus Positions

Observer Location Country Filename uploaded
(theoretical values) Tokyo Japan tableofVenuspositionsTokyo.xls 2012-04-19 11:14:16
(theor) Tokyo Japan tableofVenuspositionsTokyo.xls 2012-04-23 15:56:53
(theor) Geocentre none tableofVenuspositionsGeocentre.xls 2012-04-23 15:57:35
(theoretical values) Geocentre none tableofVenuspositionsGeocentre.xls 2012-04-19 11:16:58
T. Haeusler Mauna Loa Hawaii tableofVenuspositionsHawaii.xls 2012-06-23 17:42:19
A. Haenel Usedom Germany tableofVenuspositionsUsedom.xls 2012-06-23 17:43:01
SDO, NASA orbit USA tableofVenuspositionsSDO.xls 2012-06-23 17:44:21
S.Bolton Canberra Australia SBolton-tableofVenuspositions.xls 2012-07-22 05:40:35
SDO, NASA orbit space tableofVenuspositionsSDO.xls 2012-07-23 10:38:43
Eckart Merker Arnsdorf (Dresden) Germany Germany_Arnsdorf_E.Merker_20120728210800_tableofVenuspositions.xls 2012-07-28 21:16:49
E. Merker Arnsdorf Germany E.Merker_tableofVenuspositions.xls 2012-07-29 20:49:45
J. Trebs Tromsoe Norway tableofVenuspositionsTromsoe.xls 2012-09-13 02:35:50
A. Haenel Usedom Germany tableofVenuspositionsUsedom.xls 2012-09-13 22:15:41
Thomas Kunzemann Ruegen Germany tableofVenuspositionsRuegen.xls 2012-12-06 22:34:54

With the program comptransitpos it is possible to derive from two of these sheets the best possible measure of the distance to the Sun due the observations made on two distant sites.
Editors: Udo Backhaus
 last update: 19.01.2018
Stephan Breil