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Python extension to the Swiss Ephemeris

Project description

Python extension to AstroDienst Swiss Ephemeris library.

Fork me on Github: https://github.com/astrorigin/pyswisseph

Compatible with Python 2.x and 3.x.

Usage example:

>>> import swisseph as swe
>>> swe.set_ephe_path('/usr/share/ephe') # set path to ephemeris files
>>> now = swe.julday(2007,3,3) # get Julian day number
>>> res = swe.lun_eclipse_when(now) # find next lunar eclipse (from now on)
>>> ecltime = swe.revjul(res[1][0]) # get date UTC
>>> ecltime
(2007, 3, 3, 23.347975596785545)
>>> jd = swe.julday(2008,3,21)
>>> swe.calc_ut(jd, swe.AST_OFFSET+13681)[0][0] # asteroid Monty Python
0.098474291148756998
>>> help(swe)

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