What are the equatorial coordinates of the ecliptic pole?

The plane of the ecliptic is inclined to the equatorial plane at an angle of 23.5 °, therefore, the line connecting the north and south poles of the ecliptic, passing through the center of the Earth, forms the same angle with its axis. From this it follows that the declination of the north pole of the ecliptic is + 66.5 °, the south pole is –66.5 °. The right ascension of the north pole of the ecliptic is equal to the right ascension of the winter solstice point (18h). Right ascension of the south pole of the ecliptic is 6 hours.

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