I'm creating a simulation of our solar system.
I used data from https://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/factsheet/ and I supplied the planets with perihelion and aphelion values. But I'm afraid the orbits themselves don't have the correct angle. Since the date of each planet when it reaches its perihelion and aphelion differ. I realise that in my simulation, there are 2 moments in the orbital period, where the planet reaches its closest distance from the sun. Same goes for the furthest distance... This is because the center of all orbits, is the sun, while it should be the "center of force" of the orbit.
Can the angle and center position of the orbits (not the Orbital inclination) be calculated? Maybe with Orbital Eccentricity? Or are there data sheets for this somewhere as well?
UPDATE: I know have this:
Based on http://www.planetaryorbits.com/