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An aspect between two horoscopes. The method used to evaluate interaspects is called synastry. It is possible to compare a wide variety of horoscopes, for example those of a mother and child or those of two individuals in an intimate relationship, but also a politician's horoscope with the horoscope of the constitution or country or a natal chart and its associated solar return chart.

When looking at interaspects, it is recommended to use a smaller orb (the deviance from exactitude within which an aspect is counted as being valid.) than with aspects in the natal chart because the doubling of the number of aspects can lead to confusion, making interpretation very difficult.