Simon1994PlanetaryPositions Class 
Namespace: AGI.Foundation.Celestial
The Simon1994PlanetaryPositions type exposes the following members.
Name  Description  

Earth 
Gets a point describing the motion of the Earth. This point uses the Moon point and
the 1992 mu value (ratio between Moon and Earth masses) in Table 2 of the paper in order
to determine the position of the Earth relative to the EarthMoon barycenter.
 
EarthMoonBarycenter 
Gets a point describing the motion of the EarthMoon barycenter according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Jupiter 
Gets a point describing the motion of Jupiter according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Mars 
Gets a point describing the motion of Mars according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Mercury 
Gets a point describing the motion of Mercury according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Moon 
Gets a point describing the position of the moon according to the equations described in
section 4.
 
Neptune 
Gets a point describing the motion of Neptune according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Saturn 
Gets a point describing the motion of Saturn according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Uranus 
Gets a point describing the motion of Uranus according to the equations
described in section 6.
 
Venus 
Gets a point describing the motion of Venus according to the equations
described in section 6.
