Space-time maps
 
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Both anti-clockwise movement and tilt of the earth in the daily rotation around her axis.

The horizon (represented by the horizontal line) is at a 52į angle with the earth's and the celestial equator.

Date: about 4 September
Interval: two hours
Location: Greenwich.

 

         
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The horizon intersects with the Sun's apparent path, the ecliptic, at two points: the eastern is the Ascendant, the western point is called Descendant.
The Ascendant proceeds through the ecliptic (here represented in upright position) with uneven speed because of the earth's tilt.
The map with the objects placed on the ecliptic circle includes both space and time.

Link to
animation of the earth's movement in analogy patterns.