# Angular acceleration about 2 different axis

is angular accelaration or angular velocity about an axis passing through COM same as that of angular acceleration about any other axis passing through the same body?

Example: Take the motion of Earth around the Sun as an example. The COM is roughly located at the center of the Sun. The angular velocity respect to the axis normal to the plane of motion is $$\omega_z=v/R$$, where $$v$$ is the velocity and $$R$$ the distance from Earth to the axis of rotation (the distance to the Sun).
However, if we calculate the angular velocity repect to an axis inside the plane of motion, we will obtain that it is equal to zero ($$\vec{v}_t=\vec{r}\times\vec{\omega}$$, so project $$\vec{\omega}$$ over said axis if you don't see it).