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My birthday : 4 December 1982

If you have such astronomical calculator on your computer please send me the result !

Alternatively if you know an online astronomical service for my purpose please link it here ?

I am so curious to discover geometrical proportions between distance and angle of planets at that date ...

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closed as too broad by Eduardo Serra, Envite, called2voyage Feb 3 at 16:21

There are either too many possible answers, or good answers would be too long for this format. Please add details to narrow the answer set or to isolate an issue that can be answered in a few paragraphs.If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

    
I use a simulator called Stellarium for MacOS that I've found to be extremely reliable. Not sure what other platforms it's available on. What system do you use? –  David H Feb 1 at 19:39
    
windows , then may you calculate the date that i mentioned on your Stellarium and show me the result ? –  Fereydoon Shekofte Feb 1 at 20:14
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Personally I would not be inclined to help anyone with what looks like an astrological enquiry. –  adrianmcmenamin Feb 2 at 14:18
    
Stellarium is available on all OS's. –  gargoylezoo Feb 2 at 19:56
    
Though we as a community have decided to allow some resource requests because of their utility to Astronomy, this question does not seem to have much future utility. For this reason, I am closing it as "too broad" as a normal resource request might. –  called2voyage Feb 3 at 16:22

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The most accurate system is the ephemeris service from Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL): http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/horizons.cgi

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If you have a smartphone(android, iPhone, windows phone) there are a lot of apps with a lot of features that also include "time travelling" . Location can be set up automatically or manually. They are all very accurate. One example is google's "Sky Map" , but check other apps too. Hope this helps.

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