Charts using the perspective of the Sun as the center. Earth appears in these charts, instead of the Sun, The further a planet is from the Sun the less its geocentric position varies from its heliocentric one. The inner planets (Mercury and Venus) can vary by as much as 180°.
Baker, Astronomy writes "The heliocentric view, dating formally from the time of Copernicus, establishes the solar system on an approximately correct basis." That is, the Sun is the center of the solar system, around which the Earth and other planets revolve.
Having the Sun as a center, such as a heliocentric solar system. IMPACT CRATERS Craters which are the result of a collision between a large body, such as a planet or satellite, and a smaller body such as an asteroid or meteorite.
"Sun-centred", or from the viewpoint of the Sun. Modern Western astrology is generally Geocentric ("Earth-centred", from the viewpoint of the Earth). Planetary positions appear different from the heliocentric viewpoint. See Copernican System.