The animation and its still images for planetary motion created in Aug 2012 was based on the static Sun model.
It demonstrates the movement of Jupiter and Saturn
in their near orbital resonance cycle of ~20 years, and it also illustrates four arbitrary quarters of Jupiter with reference to the Sun in a Sun-Saturn alignment. 


Animation


Jupiter almost into its first arbitary quarter

First quarter of Jupiter in Sun-Saturn alignment

Leaving the first quarter

Into the second quarter

Into the second quarter

Almost into the second quarter

Second quarter of Jupiter in Sun-Saturn alignment


Leaving the second quarter


Into the third quarter

Into the third quarter

Into the third quarter

Almost into the third quarter


Third quarter of Jupiter in Sun-Saturn alignment


Leaving the third quarter

Into the fourth quarter

Into the fourth quarter

Almost into the fourth quarter

Fourth quarter of Jupiter in Sun-Saturn alignment

Leaving the fourth quarter

Into the next first quarter

Into the next first quarter

Next first quarter Jupiter of Sun-Saturn

Animation

 

Planet Finder - By Dr. Benjamin Crowell, author of Light and Matter

 

 

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