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Apogee and Perigee

Posted on Mar 12, 2014

Overview The Apogee and Perigee indicator marks the dates on a chart where the Moon is closest (Perigee) and furthest (Apogee) from Earth in it's orbit around Earth. Click to Enlarge To add the Apogee an

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Astro Text

Posted on Mar 13, 2014

Overview The Astro Text tool allows for the free-hand placement of Astro Symbols on any chart. Click to Enlarge To add Astro Text to your chart, select the tool from the Astro tool group, and click on the

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Eclipse

Posted on Mar 13, 2014

Overview The Eclipse indicator graphically displays on the chart the dates that Solar and/Lunar Eclipses occur. Click to Enlarge To add the Eclipse indicator to your chart, select the tool from the Astro t

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Ephemeris

Posted on Mar 11, 2014

Overview The Astro module of Optuma includes a fully user-definable 3D ephemeris which instantly displays any number of planets, asteroids, node positions and other planetary bodies, allowing key planetary rel

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Ephemeris Tool

Posted on Nov 5, 2014

Overview The Ephemeris Tool gives you the ability to place a small visual ephemeris at any selected date on the chart. This is a great way of being able to quickly mark important astronomical information o

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Gann Planetary Lines

Posted on Mar 13, 2014

Overview Gann Planetary Lines converts the angle of a selected planet to price which is then plotted onto the chart. This plot is then repeated every 360 degrees with additional harmonic lines available as an

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Geomagnetic Data

Posted on Sep 5, 2014

Overview To show instances of geomagnetic activity we have two indices available in our World Indices data, as provided by the National Geophysical Data Center. The codes are as follows: Geomagnetic AP Dail

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Helion Transits

Posted on Mar 13, 2014

Overview The Helion Transits indicator will plot the times a selected planet(s) are at Aphelion and Perihelion during their orbit. Apehlion is the point on it's orbit when a planet is farthest from the Sun/Ear

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