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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equatorial_coordinate_system

The declination symbol δ, (lower case "delta", abbreviated dec) ... The origin for declination is the celestial equator, which is the ...

astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/cec_units.html

The Celestial Equatorial Coordinate System is based on the concept of the celestial sphere. The celestial ... Declination is measured from the celestial equator.

astro.wsu.edu/worthey/astro/html/lec-celestial-sph.html

Remember: your latitude = the altitude of the north celestial pole. ... Altitude of Celestial Equator (Az.= 0 or 180), Declination of North horizon, Declination of ...

skytour.homestead.com/files/celest.html

A star that can be directly overhead as seen from the Earth's Equator (0° latitude) is said to be on the Celestial Equator, and has a declination of 0°. The North ...

astrosun2.astro.cornell.edu/academics/courses/astro201/cel_sphere.htm

The celestial equator lies along the celestial sphere in the same plane that ... sphere by giving it two coordinates, called the Right Ascension and the Declination.

www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-resources/what-are-celestial-coordinates

Jul 20, 2006 ... Directly out from the Earth's equator, 0° latitude, is the celestial equator, 0° declination. If you stand on the Earth's equator, the celestial equator ...

lco.global/spacebook/equatorial-coordinate-system

The plane of the ecliptic and the plane of the celestial equator intersect twice a ... Declination is similar to latitude and is measured in degrees, arcminutes and ...

www.astronomyforbeginners.com/astronomy/celestialsphere.php

For this reason points on the celestial equator are said to have a declination of 0° ... Note that declination is analogous to latitude on Earth, where the pole has a ...

stars.astro.illinois.edu/celsph.html

The intersection of the celestial meridian and the celestial equator (upper case ... If far enough north (declination 90° - latitude), the star misses the horizon and is ...

archive.hokulea.com/ike/hookele/celestial_sphere.html

Declination equals the angle of a star away from the Celestial Equator with the vertex (the common endpoint of the angle) being the center of the earth).