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I am looking for data showing the longitude at which the various planets in the solar system reach their winter solstice. Where could I find this data?

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  • $\begingroup$ Welcome to astronomy SE! I adjusted your tags and the wording slightly. $\endgroup$ – B--rian Apr 14 at 8:40
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks @B--rian ! Do you have any tips about finding that data? $\endgroup$ – magnolia1 Apr 14 at 8:56
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    $\begingroup$ Do you mean the declination of the Sun as seen from those planets, or of those planets as seen from Earth? $\endgroup$ – Mike G Apr 14 at 17:15
  • $\begingroup$ @MikeG fair point I mean the first one of those. Any idea where I might find the data? many thanks $\endgroup$ – magnolia1 Apr 14 at 17:43
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You might find in-the-sky.org's Custom astronomical graph plotter by Dominic Ford helpful. For instance, for Jupiter, a start date of today, you can obtain the declination graph of the next 10 years for a given location (which you can change as well):

Custom astronomical graph plotter

This does not solve your problem that you want to determine the longitude of maximal declination, but still.

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