The JPL ephemeris data have been released

The JPL ephemerides represent mankind's best knowledge of the positions and velocities of all major bodies of the solar system over centuries (short ephemerides) and millennia (long ephemerides). These original data are available in ascii form from ftp://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/eph/planets/ascii in uncompressed form, but as a convenience to future users of the ephcom2 software package which manipulates and interpolates these data, I have redistributed the most important short JPL ephemerides and all long JPL ephemerides here (http://sourceforge.net/projects/timeephem/files/Compressed%20Ascii%20JPL%20Ephemerides) in compressed (bzip2) ascii form to save bandwidth.

Posted by Alan W. Irwin 2011-08-23

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