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    Hi there, i'm beginner astronomer

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    Default Re: Sun location regarding milky way

    So i have some troubles with my investigation of location of the sun in the milky way, and I want to ask you, have we got precisely observatories or internet sites which could provide accurate location of sun regard to the milky way. I will give some examples, today is 12.12.19 year, it is Saggitarius time of the Zodiac, it mean that in that time sun passing through Saggitarius, but if you will look in the sky map , you will see that real location of the sun right now is in the Scorpio, in the beginning of the milky way. Exist deviation between zodiac sign time and sun passing in the constellation of this zodiac sign. It mean that in reality right now is time of Scorpio probably, and the Scorpio-Saggitarius time describing the winter time, and contraversaly the pike of the summer time regard to the Taurus-Auriga constellation's in the another side of the two different sticked together sides of milky way.
    So can you provide me information - where I can investigate this precisely map?

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    Default Re: Sun location regarding milky way

    Stellarium will show you the accurate placement of the Sun in the sky with regards to the background stars and constellations provided you have your approximate geophysical location set and the time is correct.

    From my latitude, the Sun is presently in the constellation of Ophiuchus. It is not in Scorpius or Sagittarius.

    Also keep in mind that astronomy has very little to do with astrology other than sharing 12 constellation names and the solar system bodies. Beyond that, the first is factual, physical, and real, while the other is...not.

    During the winter in the northern hemisphere, the part of the Milky Way that we are seeing is the outer arm structure looking out into intergalactic space. During northern summer, we are indeed peering into the core of the Milky Way. This lies in the constellation of Sagittarius.

    In astronomy, constellations provide a means of mapping the sky and facilitate locating objects. Beyond that they have little real meaning.
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    That's right, i'm using some app's like a stellarium, but the location of this app's always showing different place's of the sun, for instance if the sun would be located at the beginning of the milky way (somewhere above the Scorpio), another up showing the sun , that sun already passed away half or whole milky way, and coming to the saggitarius. I was reading that in reality sun passing the thin section of the milky way is very fast , something like 6-10 day's , but I couldn't believe in that.
    You mean modern astrology has very little thing's to do with the real astronomy, that because the modern astrology lost they thread's with knowing I think... For instance - take a look around at the sun in the 20 june, that it is standing right away in the Gemini constellation, so this is must be something one of the pike of the summer sun standing. Gemini has interesting mark, which looking like numerical value 2 (ll), with that idea, that gemini according to the summer pike a time, so the Gemini could be translate by the some latin or another language's like a women, because exactly women relate to the hot environment's. And realy, if you will look at the constellation's which relate to this local area you will notice that it is all relation to the female beginning. Some Auriga star's had the minning's of nanny-goat's (female goat), some of them with modern meaning of Taurus meaning the horse's, the horse it self meaning female beginning too like a goat, because horse has letter h at the beginning, the letter h itself has numerical value 2 - X. So that's why the Taurus constellation has look like a cross. At the another some language's the goat called like Hoaz, which mean the gase, the hydrogen gase, so I think that most of star's in that direction's has hydrogen in basis - because they are old, and far away from the middle of the milky way.
    So I think that ancient astrology has very great base of knowing in reality, which could provide some understanding which regard to some physical things of the system building. With the time everything are mess up, many constellation's changed they meaning, and logical meaning's are lost.
    So if you will back to the our first thing about the Gemini, we could understand why on the some language's numerical value 2 meaning "para" - it mean something like a gas structure water-gas. So hydrogen itself, with hot environmen't like we have in the summer time. The gemini itself we could translate like a Hemini, which mean X-Men, so it is a women
    That's why I'm always be sure, that if you are christinanin or any magometan religion follower - you are praying to the women beginning, Christ is a women. And we could understand now, why it is called twin's , because one repeating another 1. So the summer time of the Gemini-Taurus-Auriga constellation's repeating the Scorpio-Saggitarius beginning of the winter time. One interesting thing here, that this Taurus-gemini constellations located at the end of the milky way side or may be two different sides. This star side showing compiled picture of the two edges of the milky way, which was rounded and attached together, because of our location inside the milky way, and because of our little size, so we cannot see normal picture of full spread-eagled milky way like on the paper list, so we see rounded wrong vision.

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