in the last post I explained what is celestial equator and what is ecliptic, check it out if you did not read it.
Today I want to look upon right ascension and declination which is the system that lets you describe where stuff is on the sky and it does not matter where you are on Earth.
Basicly the gif on the left explains it: you have Earth inside your celestial sphere. Through the middle comes the equator, that makes sense but since Earth is tilted by 23° degrees to its ecliptic, in our picture it must be ecliptic that is tilted (it is always just a reference frame).
Of course there are two points where equator and ecliptic meet, as I said in the last post, those are autumn and spring equinox.
As you go around the circle your “value” gets higher, it is called right ascension (or RA). Full circle has 24 hours and when you take some place there it tells you in how much time the equinox that has “0 hours, 0 minutes” will get there.
The value of right ascension increases from west to east (’cause rotation).
Of course since we are in 2nd dimension we have to use another coordinate that will tell you how above you are from the equator (or below). This is called declination and is normally measured in degrees. Since furthest you can be from the equator are poles the angle wont be bigger than 90°.