Daily Astrology: Today's Aspects


Daily astrology events list. Shows all exact aspects in astrology today for the Classical Planets, named Centaurs, named TNOs, Dwarf Planets (Eris, Makemake, Haumea, Pluto, Ceres), Mean Node, Mean BML, Pallas, Juno, Vesta, Eros, Psyche, Galactic Center & Great Attractor. Sign changes, stations, eclipses, occultations, Moon phases and Mercury shadow dates are also shown. Full listings for the year are on the aspectarians page.

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Thursday 24th July 2014 (UT Now is 12:21:56)

Current Moon Phase: Waning Crescent (4 cn 44' 8")

Planet, Centaur, TNO, Asteroid Aspects

02:37:27 UT - Sun (1 le 9' 6") conjunct Rhiphonos (1 le 9' 6")
02:59:15 UT - Moon enters Cancer (direct)
03:40:33 UT - Pholus (21 sa 6'15" Rx) opposite Juno (21 ge 6'15")
11:09:14 UT - Venus (7 cn 5'48") trine Neptune (7 pi 5'48" Rx)
15:38:51 UT - Venus (7 cn 19'23") sextile Bienor (7 ta 19'23")
19:55:01 UT - Mean BML (15 le 55' 4") conjunct Sila-Nunam (15 le 55' 4")
20:43:37 UT - Sun (1 le 52'20") conjunct Jupiter (1 le 52'20")
21:24:21 UT - Venus (7 cn 36'48") opposite Okyrhoe (7 cp 36'48" Rx)

Aspects of the Moon

00:04:36 UT - Moon (28 ge 31'35") opposite Eros (28 sa 31'35" Rx)
00:52:32 UT - Moon (28 ge 55'52") trine Mars (28 li 55'52")
01:15:51 UT - Moon (29 ge 7'40") square Makemake (29 vi 7'40")
02:59:15 UT - Moon enters Cancer (direct)
03:39:41 UT - Moon (0 cn 20'27") trine Nessus (0 pi 20'27" Rx)
07:49:36 UT - Moon (2 cn 26'45") sextile 1992 QB1 (2 ta 26'45")
12:28:46 UT - Moon (4 cn 47'34") sextile Orcus (4 vi 47'34")
17:02:39 UT - Moon (7 cn 5'29") trine Neptune (7 pi 5'29" Rx)
17:30:29 UT - Moon (7 cn 19'29") sextile Bienor (7 ta 19'29")
17:42:41 UT - Moon (7 cn 25'37") conjunct Venus (7 cn 25'37")
18:06:06 UT - Moon (7 cn 37'24") opposite Okyrhoe (7 cp 37'24" Rx)
21:29:59 UT - Moon (9 cn 19'52") conjunct Thereus (9 cn 19'52")
23:14:38 UT - Moon (10 cn 12'25") trine Teharonhiawako (10 pi 12'25" Rx)

"Near Miss"

Items marked "Near Miss" are aspects that never become exact on this pass, but are within one degree. The time shown is the time the aspect gets as close as it's going to get on this pass (usually because one of the objects will change direction before the aspect can become exact).


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