2020 Astrology Calendar Poster Complete 2020 dates of astrological transits for all planets, signs, and aspects: Planetary stations (when a planet changes direction, indicates important turning points in personal and worldy events). Planetary Positions This page gives the geocentric (earth-centered) positions of the Sun, Moon and the planets. A list of astrological conjunctions is attached. The right ascension is.
Current Planetary Positions Horoscope
Phase of the Moon
This page gives the geocentric (earth-centered)positions of the Sun, Moon and the planets.A list of astrological conjunctions is attached.The right ascension is correct to within a couple of minutes.Some of the declinations have reversed signs; this is a known bug(however these are not used in conventional astrology).The position of Pluto will be off by a bit more than the other planets, butaccurate to within a degree or two.The algorithm does not take into account interplanetarygravitational interactions; it uses the currentorbital characteristics of each planet andinterpolates from a known set of values.Hence, the further back or forward in time you set the date to,the less accurate the positions will be; they will be moreaccurate the closer they are to 1 January 1980.This algorithm does not take into account the precession of theequinox.
This page defaults to the current local time, but you can also setother values for the date and time using theform at the bottom of this page.The entered time must be Greenwich Mean Time.Note that you can set a value B.C.E. by usingnegative numbers in the year field.Dates prior to 15 October 1582 are considered be Julian, after that, Gregorian.Since not all countries (e.g. Russia) changed their calendar on exactlythat date, you may need to adjust historical dates accordingly.The 'sign' reportedassumes that Aries coincides with the vernalequinox and that each of the zodiacal signs occupyexactly one-twelfth of the sky.The 'events' are triggered if the two planets are within 15 degreesof the exact angle.These assumptions will not correspond exactly to some astrological systems,and the planets may or may not be in these exact constellations(in the strict astronomical sense).
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Daily Planetary Position Vedic
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