Declinations of planets and stars

October 19, 2020 at 11:10 (UT/GMT)
(Pisces) Sionainn
Declinations of planets and stars
Hello to everyone,

I have a potentially difficult question for quite advanced or niche astrologers, about declination.

How do declinations of planets and stars compare? Is the relationship direct, or is the latitude of one what I should be comparing to declination of the other?

If I am hoping to get a visual on the declination of my planets in order to compare this to the constellations and stars, what´s the best/easiest way to do this?

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October 20, 2020 at 16:56
(Taurus) IIyyaarr13
Before I came here I went through a roster of historic figures to see who had a dirty snowball in the Kuiper Belt conjunct and parallel the Galactic Center, that is a whole collection of stars mostly obscured by intersteller dust!
A stationary planet is bound to enhance a star by celestial longitude if nothing else, but there is else in the form of latitude or declination!
Serennu Asteroid Ephemeris shows a lot of little and distant objects that have reaches beyond the ecliptic in their revolutions around the :151: ( :27:)

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