Grand Canyon Mid-Air Collision

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Grand Canyon Mid-Air Collision

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 13, 2017 7:28 pm

June 30, 1956, 10:30 AM, 36N10.5, 111W40. 128 died.

Year: Capsolar
Sun on IC (1°28')
Uranus on MC (8°08')
Neptune on Asc (9°23')

-- Uranus-Neptune sq. (1°15')

Bridge
t. Neptune conj. Capsolar EP (1°51')

Quarter: Arisolar
Mercury on Dsc (1°04')
Neptune on Asc (5°26')
-- Mercury-Neptune op. (3°42')
Mars on IC 9°17')
-- Mars-Neptune sq. (0°14')
Moon-Saturn op. (1°09')

Month: Caplunar
Uranus on WP (1°31')
Moon on Asc (3°16')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian & Transits
p. MC op. t. Sun (0°16')
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t. Neptune conj. s. EP (1°51')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
p. MC conj. t. Mars (1°17')
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t. Venus conj. s. Moon (0°35')


SUMMARY
Year: Sun (Uranus Neptune). Uranus-Neptune.
Bridge: Neptune (Cap).
Quarter: Mercury (Moon Mars Neptune). Mercury-Neptune Mars-Neptune.
Month: Uranus (Moon).
Day (Capsolar): Sun (CapQ). Neptune (transit).
Day (Cansolar): Mars (CanQ), Moon-Venus (transit).
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Re: Grand Canyon Mid-Air Collision

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 13, 2017 7:28 pm

Bradley wrote about this in his introduction of using the PSSR (PSSI) rate to progress the Arisolar. He called it, "One of the worst accidents in commercial aviation history." He gave the slightly different details of 19:32 UT (2:02 later than the time I have), 36N00 111W49 (I found different coordinates).
Jim Eshelman wrote:June 30, 1956, 10:30 AM, 36N10.5, 111W40. 128 died.
The Capsolar daily timing was adequate enough above, and the CanQ nailed it with transiting Mars on the CanQ MC. Not using the CanQ, this Mars is something Bradley thought missing, and was happy to find it in the PSSI Arisolar.
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Re: Grand Canyon Mid-Air Collision

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Aug 11, 2018 1:25 pm

Checking mean rate in addition to the apparent rate Bradley used (and using my estimation method that may be a few minutes off), I get confirmation of the angular Mars he loved from the Arisolar PSSI:

4°07' Can s Uranus
5°04' Lib s Neptune
5°18' Cap s Mars
5°41' Cap Arisolar PSSI Asc
6°59' Can t Uranus
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