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NIGHT SKY
EARTH
TWELVE CONSTELLATIONS
ZODIAC SIGNS
POSITIONS
PRESENT TIMES
OPHIUCHUS
SKY
ECLIPTIC
CONSTELLATIONS
ZODIAC CONSTELLATIONS
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Definitions

  1. The zodiac constellations are marked in red, the planets in yellow, and the other astronomical symbols in blue and green. (Web site)
  2. The Zodiac constellations are 12 star groupings that lie on the ecliptic, which is the path the sun appears to take across the sky. (Web site)
  3. These zodiac constellations were separated by exotic boundaries that were adopted from antiquity. (Web site)
  4. Twelve zodiac constellations are placed along the ecliptic traveling the zodiac belt. (Web site)
  5. Above: The Zodiac Constellations are positioned along the sun's path (Ecliptic) in the sky.

Night Sky

  1. Everyone knows their own star sign, but most poeple cannot identify the Zodiac constellations in the night sky and the stars that form them. (Web site)

Earth

  1. As on Earth, precession will cause the solstices and equinoxes to cycle through the zodiac constellations over thousands and tens of thousands of years. (Web site)

Twelve Constellations

  1. Theoretically there are twelve constellations through which the sun moves, one per month, and these are the Zodiac constellations. (Web site)

Zodiac Signs

  1. So, they are called Zodiac constellations or, more commonly, Zodiac Signs.

Positions

  1. FIG. 1, bottom, Positions of the Zodiac Constellations, is used to make determinations of positions based on constellations. (Web site)

Present Times

  1. The red figures are the zodiac constellations, which can be easily recognized because their appearance has remained largely unchanged to present times. (Web site)

Ophiuchus

  1. Ophiuchus, not so well known as neighboring Scorpius or Sagittarius of the Zodiac constellations, has much to draw your attention during summer evenings.

Sky

  1. The astronomy of the sky that you observe each night in our modern times is nearly matched to the zodiac constellations used in Vedic Astrology calculations. (Web site)

Ecliptic

  1. Figure 1: The ecliptic and zodiac constellations.

Constellations

  1. The zodiac constellations consist of 13 constellations all lying along the ecliptic. (Web site)
  2. Constellations lying along the Ecliptic plane are zodiac constellations. (Web site)

Zodiac Constellations

  1. The Big Esna zodiac.6 The zodiac constellations are marked in red, the planets in yellow, and the other astronomical symbols in blue and green. (Web site)
  2. The key concept in astrology is a horoscope, which is a chart showing the positions of the planets in the sky with respect to the zodiac constellations. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Astronomy > Universe > Stars > Constellations
  2. Sun Moves
  3. Ecliptic
  4. Ophiuchus
  5. Present Times
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