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2015-Sep-23 08:20:32.876 68.182392 179.9999887 0.0002366
2015-Sep-23 08:20:33.876 68.182392 180.0000000 0.0002366
2015-Sep-23 08:20:34.876 68.182392 180.0000113 0.0002366
The dynamical Coordinate Time scale is used internally. It is equivalent to the current IAU definition of "TDB".
Giving a final result of:
2015-Sep-23 08:20:33.876 UTC (+68.182392 = CT/TDB)
In conclusion, 8:20:34 and 8:21 UTC is the proper rounded time, 8:20 is understandable -- but 8:22 seems somewhat wrong, for any general usage.-220.127.116.11 (talk) 21:37, 21 September 2015 (UTC)
Most WP readers do not care about this -- but some might like access to the more accurate times. How can we provide such access in a good way? Would we ever want to replace our template master table with a more-precise master table of times? -18.104.22.168 (talk) 19:14, 22 December 2015 (UTC)
The chart is extremely hard to read. It's just a bunch of numbers all clumped together. Maybe if there are four different background shadings (one to distinguish the two columns for March; one to distinguish the two columns for June; September; December; etc.), that would make the chart easier to read. Thoughts? Thanks. Joseph A. Spadaro (talk) 19:34, 22 September 2016 (UTC)