Diurnal arc

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William Archibald Cadell, On the lines that divide each semidiurnal arc into six equal parts, 1816

In astrology, a diurnal arc is the time, expressed in right ascension, it takes a planet, point, or degree to move from its rising point to its setting point. This takes place in many celestial bodies such as the Sun and Moon.