Ring Cycle of Neptune

Hi there,
Taking the 2675 AD event as my staring point, I went looking for a Ring Cycle of Neptune and
and found the one below. It gives all the planets and Pluto, with the exception of Neptune,
which is darkside of Earth. (2675 AD see NB I)

Viewed from London looking south. (Daylight events) All Planets and Pluto. 
Move forward a day at a time, 
with occassional one hour reductions for view.

At 11:43 on 6th September  1320 BC (-1319)
Until 10:02 on 2nd October 1320 BC

At 8:58 on 31st August  2329 BC (-2328)
Until 12:42 on 1st July 2329 BC


Ring Cycles of Neptune.

Viewed from London looking south. (Daylight events) All Planets and Pluto, bar Neptune.
The perspective from Neptune, darkside of Earth, still shows all planets and 
Earth events. Move forward a day at a time, 
with occassional one hour reductions for view. 

At 14:31 on 7th April     2619 AD
Until 10:48 on 4th August 2619 AD

At 13:55 on 10th March    2617 AD
Until 8:50 on 25th August 2617 AD

At 14:44 on 17th February 2615 AD
Until 9:03 on 18th July   2615 AD

At 14:30 on 28th March    2120 AD
Until 9:53 on 15th August 2120 AD

At 15:10 on 30th March   1620 AD
Until 11:09 on 20th July 1620 AD

At 13:41 on 27th March  1172 AD
Until 9:17 on 20th June 1172 AD

At 14:23 on 13th March  672 AD
Until 11:08 on 6th June 672 AD

At 14:21 on 14th March  172 AD
Until 8:11 on 17th July 172 AD

At 15:37 on 8th April     322 BC (-321)
Until 10:54 on 9th August 322 BC

At 14:18 on 20th March    324 BC (-323)
Until 9:04 on 28th August 324 BC

At 13:04 on 7th April    326 BC (-325)
Until 9:38 on 5th August 326 BC

At 15:30 on 14th June     818 BC (-817)
Until 9:35 on 5th October 818 BC

At 13:00 on 24th May       820 BC (-819)
Until 8:01 on 17th October 820 BC

At 14:53 on 27th March       822 BC (-821)
Until 9:36 on 14th September 822 BC

At 16:08 on 20th February 824 BC (-823)
Until 10:40 on 22nd July   824 BC

At 12:54 on 7th May       1322 BC (-1321)  
Until 10:08 on 3rd August 1322 BC

At 13:08 on 26th September 1730 BC (-1729) Cycle II
Until 9:18 on 3rd December 1730 BC

At 15:11 on 20th August     1732 BC (-1731) Cycle II
Until 7:08 on 25th December 1732 BC

At 14:10 on 18th March    1830 BC (-1829) Spare cycle I
Until 8:34 on 12th August 1830 BC

At 13:36 on 25th March 1832 BC (-1831) Spare cycle I
Until 9:22 on 2nd July 1832 BC

At 13:28 on 26th March  1834 BC (-1833) Spare cycle I
Until 10:55 on 12th May 1834 BC

At 14:53 on 5th September  2227 BC (-2226) Cycle II
Until 8:21 on 15th January 2226 BC (-2225)

At 14:01 on 10th September  2229 BC (-2228) Cycle II
Until 9:38 on 18th December 2229 BC

At 12:46 on 25th September  2231 BC (-2230) Cycle II
Until 11:35 on 9th November 2231 BC

At 14:34 on 12th March 2331 BC (-2330) Spare cycle I
Until 9:47 6th July    2331 BC

At 15:45 on 15th August    2727 BC (-2726) Cycle II
Until 10:29 27th December  2727 BC 

At 13:44 on 10th September 2729 BC (-2728) Cycle II
Until 8:27 on 17th January 2728 BC (-2727)

NB I
From: baalke@kelvin.jpl.nasa.gov (Ron Baalke)
Forwarded from John Mosley (jmosley@earthlink.net)
Newsgroups:
sci.astro,alt.sci.planetary,alt.astronomy,sci.astro.amateur
Subject: Planets Gather on May 5 and May 17, 2000
Date: 1 May 2000 16:01 UT