#37 time shift

closed-duplicate
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2003-11-12
2002-07-06
Anonymous
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TO WHOEVER
I HAVE A BUG THAT IS GIVING TRANSIT TIMES
FOR STARS THAT ARE SHIFTED AHEAD BY ABOUT
8 HRS.FOR EXAMPLE ,AT MY LOCATION(N 32.75/W
117.00)ASTROINFO HAS ANTARES TRANSIT AT 5:41
AM(7/6/2002).ALSO, THE TRANSIT TIME WILL
CHANGE EVERY MIN..
HOWEVER THE TRANSIT TIMES,ETC.,FOR PLANETS
APPEAR TO BE CORRECT.
THANKS FOR YOUR TIME.
BOB HOGUE

Discussion

  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2002-07-16

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    Hi Bob

    What timezone and daylight savings are you using?

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2002-07-16
    • assigned_to: nobody --> placid
     
  • Jochen Hoenicke

    Jochen Hoenicke - 2003-11-12
    • assigned_to: placid --> hoenicke
    • status: open --> closed-duplicate
     
  • Jochen Hoenicke

    Jochen Hoenicke - 2003-11-12

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    I think this is the same as bug #729568 (which will be fixed in
    2.5.1).

     

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