User:Zzo38/Astro-Q

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(PLEASE DO NOT MOVE THIS DOCUMENT TO MAIN NAMESPACE. IT DOES NOT BELONG THERE. KEEP IT UNDER MY USER NAMESPACE.)

  • Glyphs:
    • Two glyphs for Uranus and two glyphs for Pluto.
    • Glyphs for all planets and dwarf planets of our solar system.
    • Both the American and European glyphs usable for sign of Capricorn.
  • GPS input.
  • Compass input.
  • Custom Arabic Parts.
  • Coordinates:
    • Ecliptic and equatorial coordinates.
    • Galactic coordinates.
    • Azimuth/altitude coordinates.
    • Geocentric, heliocentric, topocentric, barycentric, and astrometric positions.
    • Coordinates relative to any planet, moon, or sun.
    • Set 0 degree using tropical, sidereal, J2000, or placing any object at 0 degrees.
  • Horoscopes:
    • Turn on/off any rings.
    • Magi curves.
    • Transparencies.
    • Include additional data next to glyphs.
    • Rotation based on houses, signs, or objects.
    • 3D horoscope (plotting longitudinal and latitudinal coordinates, including house slices, on a sphere).
    • When equatorial coordinates are selected, display longitudinal ring as hours instead of astrological signs.
    • Include small tick mark in center of each astrological sign (i.e. at 15 degrees).
  • Fictitious planets:
    • Uranians.
    • User-definable.
    • Objects orbiting Sun and objects orbiting Earth are allowed.
    • Ability to use ficticitous planets entry to track positions of artificial satellites.
  • House systems:
    • Placidus
    • Koch
    • Regiomontanus
    • Campanus
    • Meridian
    • Axial Rotation
    • Morinus
    • Horizontal
    • Polich-Page
    • Alcabitus
    • Krusinski
    • Azimuth (1st cusp = East, 10th cusp = South)
    • Porphyry
    • Neo-Porphyry
    • Gauquelin sectors
    • Equal (Asc)
    • Equal (MC)
    • Vedic
    • Wholesome
    • Pseudo-Placidus
    • Natural Graduation
    • Albategnian
    • Cartesian
    • Lavagnini
    • Poli-Equatorial
    • Sunshine
    • Clockwise system
    • Null (equal with 1st cusp at 0 degrees; a.k.a. "Aries" system)
  • House features:
    • Geodetic.
    • Positions from any planet or rotating object.
    • Averages.
    • Ecliptic and equatorial houses.
    • Continuous house positions.
    • Split into any number of houses, not necessarily 12.
    • Refracted houses.
    • Circle-based or sphere-based positions.
  • Angle units display:
    • Astrological signs (for ecliptic longitude)
    • Degrees/arcmin/arcsec
    • Decimal degrees
    • Hours/minutes (for right ascension and hour angle)
    • Decimal hours
    • Chinese
  • Graphical ephemeris view.
  • Update to real time (and location, if GPS is enabled).
  • Mathematical functions:
    • Harmonic factors, including negative.
    • Decans and navamsas.
    • Derivatives with respect to time or location.
    • Difference charts.
  • General purpose function plots, including multiple functions together.
  • Animation.
  • Refraction.
  • Local horizon view.
  • Stargazing view.
  • Statistics mode.
  • Station aspects.
  • Solar system view.
  • Allow use of rate of rotation for any planet.
  • Rectangular and polar coordinates.
  • Sunrise and sunset, including in a few different ways.
  • Configuration hunting.
  • Transit searches using any number of splitting the circle (rather than only 12).
  • Text mode and graphical mode.
  • Command-line mode and interactive mode.
  • Macros.
  • Calendars, with any additional calculated data includable.
  • Date/time:
    • Julian day numbers.
    • Julian/Gregorian calendars, using BC/AD, BCE/CE, or astronomical year numbering.
    • Mayan calendar.
    • Mesoamerican Long Count.
    • Discordian calendar (both standard and literal types).
    • Stardate.
    • Darian calendar (for use on Mars, but usable on Earth too).
    • Martiana calendar (variant of Darian).
    • Chinese calendar.
    • Indian national calendar.
    • ISO week date.
    • Proleptic Gregorian.
    • World Calendar (Elisabeth Achelis).
    • Dreamspell.
    • UNIX timestamps.
    • Now.
    • Date/time relative to now.
  • Telescopes.
  • Esolang of astronomy physics/astrology.
  • All constellation boundaries.
  • Option to do enter positions input and date/time output (instead of only having the normal way, which is other way around)
  • Artificial satellites, including direction of cameras (if applicable).
  • Delayed exposure mode (like Astrolog has).
  • Calculation of shadows.
  • Ability to configure colors and classical elements assigned to objects.
  • Influence chart.
  • On/off speed-of-light corrections, aberration, nutation, precession, etc.
  • Ephemeris for International Space Station.
  • Aspect configurations.
  • Dynamic aspect orbs.
  • Apparent diameters.
  • Comparison of objects coordinates at multiple sets of date/time/position.
  • Solar return and persona charts.
  • Show when aspects occur, including with houses.
  • Show nearest/farthest object times.
  • Direction (positive/negative) of aspects.
  • Show when none of selected aspects occur (e.g. void of course moon).
  • World map plot:
    • Equator.
    • Ecliptic.
    • User-defined mark points (for cities, etc).
    • Terminators.
    • Hour angle and declination.
    • Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn.
    • Polar circles.
    • Constellations.
    • Satellite camera viewing area.
    • Projection setting.
    • Loadable world map, for Earth as well as other planets, moon, and sun.
    • Timezones.
    • Daylight and astro-graph.
  • Altitude in distance from center of the Earth (can be used instead of sea level).