Astro: Celestial Body Longitudes

This is fork of the previous Astro: Planetary Longitudes indicator that now includes over a dozen different celestial bodies, made possible after the most recent update of the AstroLib library.

Celestial longitude is a measurement of the position of a celestial body in its orbit around the Sun, expressed in degrees of arc along the plane of the body's orbit. It is one of the fundamental coordinates used in astronomy to describe the position of a planet or other celestial object.
The concept of longitude is important in astrology, where it is used to determine the position of the planets in the zodiac. In this context, the longitude is measured along the ecliptic, which is the apparent path of the Sun on the celestial sphere. Astrologers use the position of the planets in the zodiac to make predictions and interpretations about personality traits, life events, earthquakes, market events, and other aspects of human experience.

This indicator includes geocentric/heliocentric longitude lines with retrograde identification, Vedic Nakshatras, and astrological zodiac & aspects for each of the celestial bodies. Hover over labels for additional information.

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