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0020A pitfall in reading astronomical daytime arguments
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Ralf Meyer2006-01-27
 The astronomical count of day fractions always starts at mean noon. This statement is not anymore trivial when trying to assign to historical time reports before 1925 Julian day numbers with the help of modern computer software. comments1

Anton Paschke wrote 2006-02-19:
I have just found an example: CK Boo.
Some, about 10 photoelectric minima have been published in IBVS 1462 and later they are quoted in IBVS 3727, but shifted 0.5 days. I hope to insert the correct version into the OC-GATE database and not to fall prey to the modified julian date!!

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