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Orbits of Ceres and Mars. Generated by a program written by Eurocommuter.
- Ceres in yellow
- For reference, Mars in red
- The orbits plotted in brighter colours above the ecliptic and darker below.
- Major axis drawn showing perihelion (q) and aphelion (Q)
- The Sun in the centre.
- The yellow segment points toward the vernal point.
- View from the above (latitude ~ 5 deg) the ecliptic, longitude ~120)
- For planets: Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Keplerian Elements for Approximate Positions of the Major Planets
|Description||The orbit of Ceres and Mars.|
|Date||16 August 2006|
|Source||Plotted by a program written by the User:Eurocommuter|
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