The first object was venus and the constellation

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The first object was Venus and the constellation Aries was on it. The second object was Mercury and Pisces was on it and last was Mars which had Aries. 6. A list of solar system objects appears. Find Saturn in the list. Current information will be listed for Saturn. Tap the “GoTo” button and the screen will locate Saturn. What constellation is it in? The constellation Libra sits on Saturn. 8. Close the sub menu and double tap the screen to reactivate the motion control. Now move the IPad around and locate your Zodiacal Sign. Is it below your horizon at this time (you can do this anytime – day or night)? My sign is Scorpios and it is above of night sky. 9. Touch the “Clock” icon in the lower right corner of the screen. A “Calendar/Clock” icon will appear. Tap this and then tap the date. You can now use the wheels to set any date you would like. That will show the sky on that date. Try your birthday. See what constellation the Sun is in on that date. Is that your Zodiacal sign? The sun sits on Virgo and it’s not my sign. You can view the Astronomy Picture of the Day using this app. Check out today’s image. What is it? The picture is of the gale crater on mars and it’s a 3D image were it needs the red and blue glasses to make it work. This app will give you a calendar of astronomical events presented by Sky and Telescope magazine.
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