vs.6-9] Conjunction (in longitude) of a planet with a star': 5. All planets whose longitudes are equal to the longitude of the junction-star ofa malkpatra are seen in conjunction with that star. (Of a planet and a star) whose longitudes are unegual, the time of conjunction is determined by proportion. 5. 6. Latitudes of the junction-stars of the twenty-seven 70920tras: 6-9. North, tem, twelve, five; south, five, tem, eleven; north, six, zero; south, seven, 2ero; m0rth, twelve, thirteen; south, seven, two; north, thirty-seven; south, one and a half, three, four, eight and a half, seven, seven; north, thirty, thirty-six; south, eighteen Iminutes of arc; north, twenty-four, twenty-six, and Zero-these have been stated by the learned to be the degrees (unless other wise stated) of the latitudes of the junction stars of the 10ksatraऽ beginning with A5vini in their serial order. 10. 13. The latitudes stated above are being exhibited below in the tabular form: Mrga5irā Ardra Puऽya of Magha Hasta Celestial 1atitude 12-N 5°N 10*S Es OF JUNCTION-STARS 7०S 12०N 13°N 2°S 1 Cf. AMBh, i. 70(ii)
- Cf. MBh, i. 66(ii)-70().
| 22. 24. 25. 26. 27. Junction-star of Sravana 97 Satablhisalk Prva-Bhadrapada Uttara-Bhadrapada Revat Celestial latitude 1°30'S 4-S 8-30'S 7°S 30" 18'S 24०N 26"N