I was trying to determine the ascendant using Stellarium and can do that only approximately today. Elsewhere I see that the term "ascendant" rubs people the wrong way, hence I will phrase my request as follows:
Stellarium has the ability to display the Ecliptic. It also has the ability to display the Horizon for a given point of observation (using pretty landscapes). I would like to see the ecliptic longitude (of date) of the two points (East and West) where the Ecliptic intersects the horizon. Am I making sense and can this be done?
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The points you need will need your location/date/time entered into Stellarium
Please note that the sky display will be orientated to the true current positions and will not correspond to the astrological charts.
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