The template has 8 parameters. The first three are the right ascension (hours, minutes and seconds). The fourth is the declination sign (- for negative and + for positive). The next three parameters are the declination (degrees, minutes and seconds) and the last the distance in light years, used for calculating the zoom. The standard last parameter in constellations is the number 10.
Put this template at the end of astronomical object articles. See examples of usage in Andromeda Galaxy or Proxima Centauri articles.
This indicates a position of
- Xích kinh: 00h 42m 44.30s
- Xích vĩ: +41° 16′ 10″
- Distance: 2.360.000 Năm ánh sáng (723.500 Parsec)