eclipse map is a map that shows the path of the shadow on the earth
that is created during a solar eclipse.
other programs, in Sirius, you can view as many eclipse maps that
you like from the year, -2900 (2900 BC) to year 2900 (2900 AD).
date and time of the eclipse are also automatically listed right
next to the beginning and end of the eclipse line. You can also
and zoom out of the map.
In Sirius, it is possible
to filter the
specific Eclipse Map that you want to see based on date and year
of the eclipse, or based on the following aspects: Conjunction,
Opposition, Square, Trine, or Sextile with specific orbs.
When "All" is selected in the "List of Eclipses to select
from", all eclipse will be listed in the pull down list of eclipses
to select from regardless of what aspects and orbs are used.
zodiac and degree only" is
selected, only eclipses that occur at the zodiac degrees you select
will be shown in the list of
eclipses that you select eclipses from. You specify which degree
you are interested in and the aspects to this degree. This feature
allows you to
select only eclipses that occur at particular zodiac degrees so you
can select, for example, only eclipses that aspect a particular
zodiac and degree only" is selected you can
select Conjunction, Opposition, Square, Trine, and Sextile. You
can also enter the orb that you want in the "Aspect orb" box.
In the "Degree for eclipses" box, enter the degree (0-29) that
you want to use to filter the eclipse map. Then in the "Sign of zodiac" box,
select the zodiac sign that you want to use.
Maximum Point: The date and time that an eclipse starts is
given on the eclipse map at the point where the eclipse begins,
and the date and time
that an eclipse ends is given on the eclipse map at the point where the
ends. If you check the "Display Eclipse Maximum Point" box,
then the point on the map where the eclipse reaches its maximum
along with the date and time that this occurs is displayed.