Position of Celestial Bodies

April 23, 2020 at 15:39 (UT/GMT)
(Gemini) Doctor T
Position of Celestial Bodies

The view of the night sky is contingent on the location on Earth and the time of the year. So someone looking up at the night sky in Argentina, which is located in the lower Southern Hemisphere, in December sees a different view of the night sky than someone looking up at the night sky in Norway, which is located in the upper Northern Hemisphere, in June.

So, how that relates to the view of the night sky seen by someone looking up at the night sky in Babylon (nowadays Iraq), which is located in the Northern Hemisphere, throughout the year? And, what are the implications for Western astrology, which is based on the position of the celestial bodies?


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April 23, 2020 at 19:18
(Gemini) Doctor T
Further to my query, I read that Orion is visible from November to March. But, visible where? In the Northern Hemisphere? In the Southern Hemisphere?
April 24, 2020 at 00:06
(Taurus) IIyyaarr13
:99: . . . Orion is visible most places; An Argentinian proved that the opposite seasons in Patagonia do not mean contradictory Astrology! :25: :78:
There are some Hindus devoted to celestial accuracy here.
Astrology had to be different for those born before the planet Venus!
April 24, 2020 at 10:39
(Gemini) Doctor T » IIyyaarr13
Hey IIyyaarr13!

Thank you for your reply!

Further research showed that the 12 Zodiac constellations cross the path of the ecliptic and, therefore, are visible in both the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere.

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