Table of Consecutive Conjunctions of Jupiter & Saturn From 185 BC to 114 AD

From Bryant Tuckerman's, Planetary, Lunar and Solar Positions, Volumes I & II, Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia


Table 1
Year of Conjunction Geoconcentric Longitude of Saturn Geoconcentric Longitude of Jupiter Date
185 BC 319.50 318.78 19 JA 24
320.71 321.13 29 JA 3 FE
165 BC 218.26 217.93 10 SE 15
219.26 219.76 20 SE 25
146 BC 106.40 106.34 11 OC 16
106.69 107.01 21 OC 26
146 BC 105.41 105.64 10 DE 15
104.70 104.52 20 DE 25
145 BC 101.61 101.41 28 AP
102.42 102.89 MY 3
126 BC 331.70 331.41 19 AP 24
332.55 333.19 29 AP MY 4
106 BC 228.53 228.13 130 // 5
229.64 230.32 10 DE 15
86 BC 114.59 114.40 7 AU 12
115.81 116.52 17 AU 22
66 BC 337.47 336.88 13 FE 18
338.72 339.27 23 FE 28
46 BC 233.09 232.27 26 // 1
233.99 234.15 6 OC 11
26 BC 122.56 122.21 23 JUN 30
123.70 124.22 3 JUL 8
7 BC 350.56 350.36 3 JUN 8
351.19 351.75 13 JUN 18
7 BC 347.30 347.49 1 OC 6
346.62 346.38 11 OC 16
7 BC 345.38 345.33 30 // 5
345.67 346.12 10 DE 15
14 AD 244.72 244.72 25 DEC 30
34 AD 136.28 136.14 1 OC 6
137.17 137.80 11 OC 16
54 AD 357.66 357.17 20 MR 25
358.94 359.56 30 // 4
74 AD 249.26 248.55 21 OC 26
250.27 250.62 31 OC NO 5
94 AD 144.51 144.27 17 AU 22
145.75 146.45 27 AU SE 1
114 AD 5.75 5.45 24 JA 29
6.64 7.23 3 FE 8