In 1976, Neil F. Michelsen compiled, programmed and published the first edition of the ephemeris series that set new standards of accuracy for contemporary astrology. In 2006, celebrating the 30th anniversary of that first publication, Rique Pottenger continues the work that Michelsen began with this new full 21st century ephemeris, updated with the very latest data. New features include Ceres added to daily longitude listings of Sun through Pluto. Monthly listings for Eris, Pallas, Juno and Vesta, along with Chiron and a new and improved position for the Galactic center. Improvements enable finding double ingresses on a single day, astro data phenomena sorted by time as well as date, and more. "Remembering Neil" text section capsulizes the beginning years of the development of computer technology for astrologers and Neil's contribution. Read excerpts from Neil's own writings and commentary from colleagues. Study Neil's chart.