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Chinese Astronomy Resource

Begin your celebration of the Chinese New Year with this site which includes both astronomy and astrology. Using the early Dunhuang Star Atlas, an important historical and scientific document of the sky seen from China dating from before AD 700,
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Begin your celebration of the Chinese New Year with this site which includes both astronomy and astrology. Using the early Dunhuang Star Atlas, an important historical and scientific document of the sky seen from China dating from before AD 700, learn about astronomical history from the perspective of China. Find resources and analysis that explain the significance of astronomy to Chinese culture, along with ancillary content on Chinese constellations and their associated myths, the links between Chinese astronomical science and astrology, the Chinese zodiac, and Chinese year signs.

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