as a temporary solution you could do it in lua

NOTE: the algorithm assumes the use of a calculator with the trig functions in "degree" (rather than "radian") mode. Most programming languages assume radian arguments, requiring back and forth convertions. The factor is 180/pi. So, for instance, the equation RA = atan(0.91764 * tan(L)) would be coded as RA = (180/pi)*atan(0.91764 * tan((pi/180)*L)) to give a degree answer with a degree input for L.

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