Daily Astrology: Tomorrow's Aspects


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Wednesday 1st October 2014

Planet, Centaur, TNO, Asteroid Aspects

00:11:02 UT - Thereus (13 cn 39'51") trine Ceto (14 sc 31'45") - Near Miss Only
03:23:25 UT - Pallas (21 li 52'10") sextile Chariklo (21 sa 52'10")
04:40:43 UT - Moon enters Capricorn (direct)
06:49:35 UT - Juno (27 cn 6' 4") trine Salacia (27 pi 6' 4" Rx)
15:21:48 UT - Sun (8 li 22'32") trine Psyche (8 aq 22'32")
17:09:43 UT - Mars (12 sa 11' 2") conjunct Orius (12 sa 11' 2")
17:39:06 UT - Ceres (19 sc 32'15") sextile Crantor (19 cp 32'15")
19:32:33 UT - First Quarter Moon - Sun (8 li 32'48") square Moon (8 cp 32'48")
20:07:18 UT - Mercury (1 sc 51'26") opposite 1992 QB1 (1 ta 51'26" Rx)
20:29:46 UT - Amycus (24 sa 24'56") sextile Rhadamanthus (23 li 50'32") - Near Miss Only
23:57:21 UT - Sun (8 li 43'39") trine Asbolus (8 ge 43'39" Rx)

Aspects of the Moon

01:31:26 UT - Moon (28 sa 12' 5") sextile Nessus (28 aq 12' 5" Rx)
04:01:01 UT - Moon (29 sa 37'21") square Logos (29 vi 37'21")
04:40:43 UT - Moon enters Capricorn (direct)
05:38:27 UT - Moon (0 cp 32'59") square Makemake (0 li 32'59")
07:37:27 UT - Moon (1 cp 41' 4") sextile Mercury (1 sc 41' 4")
07:51:26 UT - Moon (1 cp 49' 4") square Venus (1 li 49' 4")
07:56:32 UT - Moon (1 cp 52' 0") trine 1992 QB1 (1 ta 52' 0" Rx)
13:59:29 UT - Moon (5 cp 20'28") sextile Neptune (5 pi 20'28" Rx)
15:23:34 UT - Moon (6 cp 8'56") conjunct Okyrhoe (6 cp 8'56")
15:45:16 UT - Moon (6 cp 21'27") trine Orcus (6 vi 21'27")
15:49:21 UT - Moon (6 cp 23'48") trine Bienor (6 ta 23'48" Rx)
17:46:18 UT - Moon (7 cp 31'20") conjunct Eros (7 cp 31'21")
19:32:33 UT - First Quarter Moon - Sun (8 li 32'48") square Moon (8 cp 32'48")
19:32:33 UT - Moon (8 cp 32'48") square Sun (8 li 32'48")
20:19:54 UT - Moon (9 cp 0'14") sextile Teharonhiawako (9 pi 0'14" Rx)
23:48:02 UT - Moon (11 cp 1' 1") conjunct Pluto-Charon (11 cp 1' 1")

"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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