Note: The studies for these Solar System alignments herein were only based on a simple two dimensional study of approximate planetary positions in the ecliptic plane, and it was without taking into account for three dimensional spatial effects of tidal force for other aligned and almost aligned planets. Inner Solar System planets such as Mars, Venus, Mercury and galactic elements were mostly omitted in the studies, orbital elements such as supermoon and orbital inclination of the Earth with the aligned planets were also not factored in. Nonetheless, with Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune aligned with Earth in the invariable plane, these are already suffice to illustrate the significant effects of their torque-induced precession that transfer as torque-free precession to interact with nested atmosphere on Earth. Planet Finder was designed for the purpose of locating planets for telescope observation. For using the Java script driven Planet finder, needs to use their recommended browser, such as the 64 bits Internet Explorer, and has to set it as the default browser for the Java installation. And after installing Java for the browser, has to add the URL of the applet to the "Java Exception Site list" by following the instructions in "How can I configure the Exception Site List?".
Update: Used the latest 3D Solar System Scope apps on Android device for observing the arrangement of Solar System objects.
June 2007, updated in Jan 2018 with the Solar System Scope.
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