# Planet X Passage Distance GuideCalculation of Planet X Distance based on Weeks Left and Solar System Points

```Here is the expected Px-distances from Earth, dates, and Angles of Planet X
with sun from Earth in Mil Miles.```
```                             Px2earth      Sun-Earth-Px*
Days Left      Calc Date     Distance**    Angle degrees

23         30-Apr         468.4          -3.00   Px left of sun
21         02-May         428.9          -2.92
19         04-May         389.4          -2.35
17         06-May         349.8          -1.31
15         08-May         310.3           0.23   Px right of sun
13         10-May         270.8           2.24
12         11-May         251.1           3.43
11         12-May         231.3           4.75
10         13-May         211.6           6.18
9         14-May         191.8           7.73
8         15-May         172.0           9.41   Earth's
7         16-May         152.3          11.20   stopped rotation
6         17-May         132.5          13.12
5         18-May         112.8          15.15
4         19-May          93.0          17.31
3         20-May          73.3          19.59
2         21-May          53.5          23.00   Elliptic pierced
1         22-May          33.8
0         23 May          14.0                  Pole Shift
-1         24-May          33.8

* Quadratic Spline Inputs used from Zeta Px Coordinates
Days Left      Degrees (DEC coordinate changes)
23            -3
14          1.17
8          9.40

* The Spline Equations
(the quadratic equation finder for 3 points)

f(x) = a0 (x-x1)(x-x2)  +  a1 (x-x0)(x-x2) + a2 (x-x0)(x-x1)

f1 = f(x)  x=x1,  f0 = f(x) x=x0,  f2 = f(x)  x=x2

a0 = f0 / { (x0-x1)(x0-x2) }

a1 = f1 / { (x1-x0)(x1-x2) }

a2 = f2 / { (x2-x0)(x2-x1) }

y = f(x) = d   x, x0, x1, x2 =  t = time left in weeks
y0,x0   y1,x1  y2, x2 = matching data pairs

** Calculations assume Px speed is constant from Saturn
Saturn's orbital paths in 3 months.
Total Distance is      .889 bil miles  X  2
Constant speed is      228.7 miles per second
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