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Why Mars Appears to Be Moving Backward

Live Science - Jul 16, 2018
This movement is called "retrograde motion." But what does that mean, and what exactly is happening here? Retrograde motion is actually an illusion. Earth circles the sun faster than planets that are farther away from the sun. And when Earth passes one ...

Weekly Horoscope August 12 to 18, 2018: Know weekly astrology predictions for all zodiac signs

Times Now - Aug 12, 2018
Aries: Mars, the ruler of your Sign, will be in retrograde motion from Tuesday. It now moves backwards into its Sign of exaltation, Capricorn. And all this drama is happening in the 10th House, where another important planet is already retrograde.

Mamma Mia. Mercury in Retrograde. Here's what it means for you.

ABC News - Jul 26, 2018
However, in all likelihood, if you're reading this article, it's probably because you already have a bit of an interest in astrology and have been told something horrible about what it means for Mercury to be in retrograde motion. While that can be ...

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Retrograde Motion of Planets Explained

Why do planets occasionally move backward in the night sky? This video explains the phenomena known as 'apparent retrograde motion'. (Spoiler Alert): The ...

Retrograde Motion

The planets normally move from west to east against the background of the stars, but every so often they backtrack for a while before resuming their eastward ...

Retrograde Motion and the Opposition of Mars

Superior planets (planets that are further from the Sun than Earth) can undergo retrograde motion when they are near opposition (the point in the sky that is ...

Retrograde Motion

This video surveys observations, historical theories, use of a mechanical demonstration, and compares the apparent motion for all superior planets of the motion.

What is the difference between prograde and retrograde motion?