type of bifurcation occurs

What are the fixed points of

$$θ'=1-a\sinθ$$

$$\text{what type of bifurcation occurs at } a=1, \;\;\;θ=π/2$$

Solution:

$$1/a=\sinθ \text{ or } θ=\arcsin(1/a)$$

I cant seem to find the proper fixed points after this step

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Plot the function $$a=\frac{1}{\sin \theta}$$ in the interval $(\pi/2-\varepsilon,\pi/2+\varepsilon)$. Fixing $a=\hat{a}$ gets you an idea about the number of fixed points and their types (this is called bifurcation diagram).
Note that if $a>1$ then you have two fixed points, one is stable and another is unstable. If $a<1$ then you have no fixed points, the two above approached each other and collapsed. This should be known to you as a saddle-node, or tangent, or fold bifurcation.