crunched through 300+ asteroid & planet ephemerides to complete last bit. wouldn't you know it? just plugged everything into excel when i realized a column of data all incorrect. argh! however, appeared to be offset by two rows. added fixed star Kaffaljidhma — offset probably occurred when i was pasting it somewhere else. offset began at asteroids NASA & Discovery.
Tvær man ek hilmi hýrum
hlaut ek ásamt at sitia
Fúss gaf fylkir hnossir
hollr var hersa stilli
"The Stars: This verse holds the names for the constellation of Cetus. Its name is most clearly revealed in line 3 where hlaut ek ás = Al Ketus. The brightest star of the group is again clear. In line 1 where Menkar = ær man ek. The second brightest star is also easily seen. This occurs in line 3 where El Difdi = ildi fé-ild. There is one quite extraordinary name in this verse. It is the name for the fifth brightest star Kaff al Jidhmah. Line 4 seems to state the whole name as gildi fémild. The next line has gaf fyl or af fylk (=Kaff al) while the following line has i margyd (=Jidhmah)."
on road trips we used to say: trip's not over until everyone safely home. AQ 190 = KAFFALJIDHMA = CANE BEARERS.
welcome home, Discovery.