In this answer I mention day number which is 1 on the first day of each calendar year (January 1) and increments to 365 or 366 on December 31 of that year.
There was an edit proposed, which included a sentence explaining that this could be called the Julian Day. I left a message (elsewhere) to the author of the edit I rejected saying:
to which the author replied
@uhoh many thanks for the comment! However, there is such a thing as Julian Day of the year. See this NASA web page: https://landweb.modaps.eosdis.nasa.gov/browse/calendar.html
Looking further I saw several similar pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Some are called Julian Day Calendar and the rest are called Julian Day Table, but each is a table of what I have defined as day numbers, 1 on January 1, and 365 or 366 on December 31.
Could someone help me sort out all of the possible, acceptable terms for the following numbers corresponding to yesterday which include some form of
Please be generous; include usages that are less common or have fallen out of use but still have some historical use.
160(day number for June 8 on non-leap years)
June 8, 2019