ecliptic latitude


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ecliptic latitude

ecliptic latitude

n
(Astronomy) astronomy another name for celestial latitude
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Also that night, the Moon reaches its greatest ecliptic latitude, 5[degrees] north of the Sun, further adding to its elongation angle.
The stars' magnitudes were listed and categorized and their positions were given, not only according to the stars' ecliptic latitude and longitude, but also to their location within the constellation figure.
The Moon's ecliptic latitude (geocentric) was then +4.