The celestial equator, Science

What constellations does the ecliptic pass by?  Where is the Celestial Equator (in relation to the planets & the ecliptic)?  Are the planets east /west of your local meridian?  When recording your results, be sure to contain the time and date.  What is the angular separation of the ecliptic and the celestial equator at their widest point; now?  What is the significance of this separation?

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