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Na and Va have a single table for all 5 planets and display an extra column for the Sun.

Hourly mean motion of the planets: Tables 26 (Saturn), 33 (Jupiter), 40 (Mars), 47 (Venus), and 55 (Mercury)

Na, f. 23v: Tabula medius motus planetarum et argumenti Va, f. 196r: Tabula ad horas et fractiones horarum

Ed. 1495, f. d3v (Saturn: Tabula medii motus [symbol for Saturn] in horis);

f. g7v ( Jupiter); f. l3v (Mars); f. s2v (Venus); and f. ^1v (Mercury) Ed. 1526, f. 27v (Saturn: Tabula medii motus [symbol for Saturn] in horis); f. 55r (Jupiter); f. 83v (Mars); f. 138v (Venus); and f. 193v (Mercury)

This table for each planet has the same two columns as Tables 25, etc.: see Table 26. The first column lists the argument, the number of hours in increasing order from 1h to 30h at intervals of 1 hour. The values tabulated in the second column have the same meaning as in Tables 25, etc. The entries for 24 hours are the same as those for 1 day in Tables 25, etc. Na and Va have a single table for all 5 planets and display an extra column for the Sun.

Table 26: Mean motion of Saturn in hours (excerpt)

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Mean Motion

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