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Like the planets, the large (8°x10°), faint, squashed football shaped glow resides at the anti-solar position along the ecliptic. It seems, for me, easiest to view when in Pisces during mid October. I was wondering if there is a way to illustrate/simulate its position in ST4v? Similar to the seasonal map down the page at

I haven't gotten around to adding either the Gegenschein or the Zodiacal Light to the sky brightness model yet. But I do plan to when I upgrade the sky model across the board one day.
Clear skies,
Head Dude at Skyhound
Thank you. I recall a few times from a dark site seeing in the west the standing V-shaped configuration of the Zodiacal light and Milky Way. The color difference, one pale blue, one reddish was unmistakable.

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