New in version 220.127.116.11
October 6th, 2008
- A new version of PyEphem is available, that includes not only a bugfix, but a small feature addition. The fixed bug is that the tilt of Saturn's rings is now computed correctly; before, the values being returned by Saturn "earth_tilt" and "sun_tilt" were unfortunately not correct. The new feature is that Jupiter has "central meridian longitude" attributes now, both for System I and System II, so that those interested in the Great Red Spot and other cloud features can determine what part of Jupiter is pointed towards us; see the Quick Reference section on Jupiter for details.