Astrology timelapse animations with planetary movement

December 2, 2019 at 14:54 (UT/GMT)
Astrology timelapse animations with planetary movement

I have been playing with Circular ephemeris tool recently ... and made some short timelapse animations with planetary movement.

It was fun playing with these animations ... and it´s kinda cool to watch planetary movement in this circular evolving way :))

Saturn and Pluto conjunctions (1915-2020)

Retrograde planets: 7year cycle (1864-1871)

Retrograde planets: Another 7year cycle (2012-2019)

Full Moons and Waxing/Waning phases (2000-2020)

Lunar Nodes: 18.6-year full cycle (2006-2025)

Lunar Nodes - Mean vs True: 9-year half cycle (2006-2015)

Mars and Venus chasing each other (1960-1963)

4 different Lilith objects (2020-2021)
(Mean Lunar Apogee, True Osculating Lunar Apogee, Asteroid Lilith, Waldemath Dark Moon)

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December 3, 2019 at 19:24
(Aries) nutelina » Petr9
But I want 60fps :2: :4:

I´m joking, very cool!
December 3, 2019 at 13:05
ASTRASTRO-SEEK ADMINSEEK Admin, (Taurus) Petr9 » nutelina

I made a function, which renders that planet movement LIMITED by some particular date
(= cca those 100-150 equal dates/screenshots within the timelapse range :))
December 3, 2019 at 12:41
(Aries) nutelina » Petr9
But you have an internal image renderer which posts the image result right?
December 3, 2019 at 12:30
ASTRASTRO-SEEK ADMINSEEK Admin, (Taurus) Petr9 » MarvinReal
yop, it´s called "Osculating" probably for some reason :)
December 3, 2019 at 12:28
ASTRASTRO-SEEK ADMINSEEK Admin, (Taurus) Petr9 » nutelina
I generated cca 100-150 screenshots for each animation:…

... and put them into gif maker :)
December 3, 2019 at 12:14
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I liked slow Pluto versus fast Saturn.

The True BML is crazy. That´s why I am used to use it. But from your animation it seems that it is Predictably Crazy which is not so good.
December 3, 2019 at 08:30
(Aries) nutelina
Ah, now I know what IIyyaarr13 was talking about, no less than 4 Lilith objects...

How did you make those animations? R, Matlab?

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