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Ecliptic | Define Ecliptic at Dictionary.com

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Astrology. the great circle of the ecliptic, along which are located the 12 houses and signs of the zodiac.

Ecliptic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The ecliptic is the apparent path of the Sun on the celestial sphere, and is the basis for the ecliptic coordinate system. It also refers to the plane of this path ...

What is the ecliptic? | Space | EarthSky

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The ecliptic is an imaginary line on the sky that marks the annual path of the sun. It is the projection of Earth’s orbit onto the celestial sphere.

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ecliptic | astronomy | Britannica.com

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Ecliptic, in astronomy, the great circle that is the apparent path of the Sun among the constellations in the course of a year; from another viewpoint, the projection ...

Ecliptic - definition of ecliptic by The Free Dictionary

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e·clip·tic (ĭ-klĭp′tĭk) n. 1. The plane defined by the earth's orbit projected onto the celestial sphere, along which the sun appears to move as viewed from ...

The Path of the Sun, the Ecliptic

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Introduction to the ecliptic; part of an educational web site on astronomy, mechanics, and space

Ecliptic | Definition of Ecliptic by Merriam-Webster

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Ecliptic coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The ecliptic coordinate system is a celestial coordinate system commonly used for representing the positions and orbits of Solar System objects. Because most planets ...

Orbits and the Ecliptic Plane - Georgia State University

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The Ecliptic The apparent path of the Sun's motion on the celestial sphere as seen from Earth is called the ecliptic. The ecliptic plane is tilted 23.5° with respect ...