How long does it take the ephemeris to return...

June 5, 2019 at 02:46 (UT/GMT)
(Aquarius) noahsage
How long does it take the ephemeris to return...
How long does it take the ephemeris to return (how long it takes the planets are all on the same place again)?

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June 5, 2019 at 04:59
(Taurus) IIyyaarr13
A more calculable result would be when are 10 planets in the same degrees as the date in question! :97: :98: :97:.... :98: :97: :98:
July 9, 2019 at 02:49
(Aquarius) noahsage » IIyyaarr13
thats what im asking
July 9, 2019 at 07:07
(Pisces) IleneTs
About:

:153: 88 days
:154: 225 days
:155: 1,8 year
:156: 12 years
:157: 29 years
:199: 84 years
:159: 164 years
:160: 248 years
July 9, 2019 at 07:20
(Aquarius) noahsage » IleneTs
they don´t understand my question :( i hope this makes my question clearer :42:; how long does it take to get the same horoscope? how many centuries does it take to the ephemeride repeat itself? (zodiak not be counted).
July 9, 2019 at 11:31
(Taurus) Astro-Seek.com » noahsage
System message: Post has been written by user MarvinReal, who already deleted profile on this website:
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Never will happen. Probably few quadrillions years. I have access only to ephemerides for 20,000 years how star constellations are moving, but roughly few quadrillions years waiting or never. Alike in real life. Not even water drop crystals are identical. It´s a great creation.

It is maybe possible to have "similar" chart, with some differences, not the same, just slightly similar, in few thousands years. But not identical.

Especially planets with long orbital periods make it impossible to match with all other planets positions within timeframe before end of existence of the Solar system. The last planet was not discovered yet, but it is already known that certainly exist. That one will have return in several thousands years itself.

If you would require only two or three fast planets, it could happen within your lifetime.
July 9, 2019 at 12:33
(Pisces) IleneTs
Everyone is unique :75:
July 9, 2019 at 18:47
(Sagittarius) Steve Guesshow » IleneTs
It is not that simple. Mercury takes 88 days to return on same place, but only in heliocentric. But we are on Earth, so it is quite different. Mercury and Venus are moving quite close to Sun (Mercury can be max. 24°and Venus max 48° far from Sun). So Mercury return will be in 365 +-88 days and Venus return in 365 +-224 days. It also depends on movement, they could be also retrograde. You can look out in astro-seek, natal transits online search.
In my case Mercury is 15°Sagittarius.
Mercury revolution will be:
20.12.2019
12.12.2020
4.12.2021
27.11.2022
21.11.2023
(so, where are your 88 days?)

Venus is 15°Capricorn. Venus revolution:
8.12.2019
20.1.2021
32.11.2021
14.1.2022 (R)
13.2.2022
22.12.2022
(again, I don´t see 223 days).
July 9, 2019 at 18:57
(Taurus) Astro-Seek.com » Steve Guesshow
System message: Post has been written by user MarvinReal, who already deleted profile on this website:
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She knows well all of this! But it´s a Good point. We need to distinguish whether to look for real astronomical return to the same position in front of the Sun, which is always the same, or whether we want apparent position observable from Earth. In the second case, retrograde motion (not really retrograde, only apparently retro) must delay actual return to the same degree?!
July 10, 2019 at 06:14
(Pisces) IleneTs » Steve Guesshow
Thanks MarvinReal and Hokkyokuguma I know what you mean, but thanks anyway.

I understood it wrong, it wasn´t even the question.
Mercury retro at the moment. :63:
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July 11, 2019 at 13:16
(Pisces) IleneTs
Btw I think that MarvinReal understood the question well and I agree with his answer.


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