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What are constellations that follow the path of the sun?

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These are the ZODIACAL CONSTELLATIONS - the constellations of the zodiac.

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The path that the sun appears to take through the stars and other objects in the skyis the "ecliptic". The constellations lined up along that path are the constellations ofthe "Zodiac".There's no particular name for the path that the sun appears to follow around the earth.It does that every day, and the apparent path is slightly different each day.


The path the Sun follows through the constellations is the "Ecliptic". It's really the plane of Earth's orbit around the Sun. The planets in our Solar System basically move close to this same plane. At most, they can go a few degrees from the Ecliptic.


Yes. The 12 zodiacs belong to the group of 88 constellations. They are the constellations which include the ecliptic (The path were the sun goes through them.) Whichever constellation the sun was in on your birthday gives you your birthsign.


The sun's apparent path is called the 'ecliptic'. The constellations through which it passes are the constellations of the zodiac, thought to have special significance on account of the sun's path through them.


The path that the sun appears to follow in a year is called the ecliptic. This is only an illusion of movement.


The classical constellations of the Zodiac are 12, but according to the modern official boundaries of the constellation, the Sun passes through 13 constellations.


The ecliptic is the path the sun seems to follow through our sky. Some stars are grouped near the ecliptic, such as the constellations that make up the zodiac.


The path followed by the sun through the sky is known as the zodiac. The planets also follow this path, for the most part.


Not in reality. The only thing that separates them from other constellations is that they appear on the ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun and planets across the sky.


Actually In astronomy, the zodiac is the ring of constellations that lines the ecliptic, which is the apparent path of the Sun across the celestial sphere over the course of the year. Without the constellations no zodiac would exist.


The zodiac signs follow the apparent path of the Sun in the sky. To the ancient people the Sun was considered to the facilitator of all life. In astrology the Sun came to represent the native's self or ego, in its most basic expression. The sign the Sun was thus indicated the traits of that given persona.


Aquarius is one of the constellations the Sun travels through on the ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun "around" the Earth over a year.


Yes, as the Earth revolves around the sun and the seasons change, the constellations that were previously in the direction of the sun are now in the opposite direction of the sun, so we can see them at night. In other words, we can never see any constellations that are in the same direction as the sun, but as the seasons change the sun's direction changes.


yes, they do. The planets wander through the constellations of the zodiac, as do the moon and sun. They all travel on a very narrow path of sky called the Ecliptic - and the constellations along the ecliptic are the constellations of the zodiac. Zodiac is a Greek word that means "ring of animals".


The zodiac is the group of constellations where the Sun passes, in its yearly movement (this yearly movement is really the reflection of Earth's movement around the Sun). The "classical" Zodiac has 12 constellations, but the way constellations are organized today, the Sun actually passes through 13 constellations.The zodiac is the group of constellations where the Sun passes, in its yearly movement (this yearly movement is really the reflection of Earth's movement around the Sun). The "classical" Zodiac has 12 constellations, but the way constellations are organized today, the Sun actually passes through 13 constellations.The zodiac is the group of constellations where the Sun passes, in its yearly movement (this yearly movement is really the reflection of Earth's movement around the Sun). The "classical" Zodiac has 12 constellations, but the way constellations are organized today, the Sun actually passes through 13 constellations.The zodiac is the group of constellations where the Sun passes, in its yearly movement (this yearly movement is really the reflection of Earth's movement around the Sun). The "classical" Zodiac has 12 constellations, but the way constellations are organized today, the Sun actually passes through 13 constellations.


No, you do not (in most places on Earth). As the Earth orbits the Sun, it is "in" different constellations during the course of a year. That affects the constellations that you can see at night. However, depending on your latitude, some constellations can be seen all year. That's because they are away from the path of the Sun in the sky and remain above the horizon all the time.



The planetary orbit around the sun is the path which planets follow.This path is elliptical in shape and the Sun lies at one of the focal points of the ellipse.


Because they're the ones that the sun's path passes through during the course of a year. If you could see the stars around the sun during the day, the sun is always in one of the constellations of the zodiac.


Zodiac refers, precisely, to 12 constellations along the Ecliptic (the plane of Earth's path around the Sun).


It's a sign that represents your birthday. Like May is Taurus and there is Pisces, Leo, Capricorn. What it comes from is the constellations which are behind the path the Sun and planets follow in the sky through the year. 'Your' sign is the one behind the Sun when you were born. Of course it has nothing really to do with your character or fate.


A zodiac constellation, or zodiacal constellation is a constellation that runs along the ecliptic, which is the narrow path in the sky that the sun, moon and planets follow through the year.Ancient people quickly realized that the seven MOVING lights in the sky (sun, moon, mercury, venus, mars, Jupiter & Saturn - which is how we got the 7 days of the week) all moved in this narrow path of sky. That narrow path of sky went right through the same 12 constellations (Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius, Sagittarius and Capricornus).That path is the Ecliptic. The constellations along the Ecliptic are the constellations of the Zodiac - Zoo means animals and Zodiac means "ring of animals"


No, circumpolar constellations are close to the pole and never "set".Libra is close to the equator and is also on the ecliptic, the apparent path of the sun.


A solar orbit is the path a body takes around the sun.All objects in the solar system have a certain path they follow due to the mass they have, the mass of the sun and their distance from the sun.


It is called the Ecliptic and the constellations that the Sun moves through are referred to collectively as The Zodiac.



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