How to use this Calculator?
Using this Asteroid Calculator you can find exactly what you are looking for. This is a Free generator that gives you the report based on the details you provide it. Make sure you check out the asteroid calculator, soulmate, and birth chart interpretation below the calculator.
- You need to know when you were born, like what day it was, what month it was, and what year it was.
- Enter your date, when you were born, and what asteroid you want to track.
What is Asteroid Calculator?
When you come across an “Asteroid Calculator,” it’s likely that it’s meant to help you find the zodiac signs and degree placement of certain asteroids within your birth chart or on a specific date. To use an asteroid calculator, you’ll need to:
- Know your birth date: Include the day, month, and year in your birth date.
- Find the asteroid of interest: Decide which asteroid you’d like to explore within your birth chart.
For example, if you wanted to locate the placement of the asteroid Chiron within your birth chart, you’d enter “Chiron” or its asteroid number, 2060, into the calculator.
How do you find asteroids on a natal chart?
To locate asteroids in a birth chart, it is necessary to utilize astrological software or an online birth chart calculator that provides the capability to display the position of the asteroids. Generally, most standard birth chart software only displays the position of the major planets (i.e., Sun, Moon, and Mercury; Venus; Mars; Jupiter; Saturn; Uranus; Neptune; and Pluto).
Check out Natal Chart Calculator
What is my Juno placement?
In the top navigation bar, click on Free Horoscopes. In the Horoscope Chart Drawings section, click on Extended Chart Selection. Input your birth date.
What are the 4 main asteroids in astrology?
Ceres, also known as Ceres, is the largest of the three asteroids in the outermost belt of the Solar System. Ceres is believed to be a symbol of motherhood, life and death cycles. Pallas Athena, also known as Pallas Athena, is the Greek goddess of Wisdom, Strategy, and Creative Intelligence. Juno, also known as Juno, is the Roman goddess of Marriage and Partnerships.