… Anyhow, the obvious reference is the book by Francesca Rochberg, Babylonian Horoscopes (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1998), which will have a lot of text-critical stuff, but it will also give you a lot of other bibliography, including various articles of hers.
Also an article called "Babylonian Horoscopy: the Texts and their Sources," In:
Swerdlow, N. M. [Editor], Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Divination. (Cambridge; The MIT Press; 1999), pages 39-60.
And if you want something plain and simple, her article on Babylonian Astrology in the Anchor Bible Dictionary--about three pages, maybe some bibliography.
Question is, do you want horoscopic astrology in the proper narrow sense, or all sorts of celestial divination (which goes back a lot earlier and has a much larger literature)?
Generally speaking, though, you might find a couple of on-line resources useful for this
The on-line catalogue of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (with entries only back to about 1975, I think). The search page is at:
Also a searchable guide to electronic resources concerned with the ancient Near East:
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