The selected proposals would study Venus, near-Earth objects, and a variety of asteroids.
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But I am sure Larson would have had an excellent calculator to do his work. So this difference is still a mystery too me.
Larson did his calculations back in the 1960s, before electronic calculators were invented (mid-1970s.; got my first 4-banger around 1974 in High School Didn't have an LN button until I was in college, and that HP-67 cost $850 back then!)
Larson used a slide rule to do the math, so at best, he has 3 significant digits.
It may also be a printing error. I found quite a few of them in BPOM (particularly Table 35).
If the other numbers are coming out correct, send me your spreadsheet of the table and I'll fix the online PDF.