Daily Astrology: Tomorrow's Aspects


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Tuesday 25th November 2014

Planet, Centaur, TNO, Asteroid Aspects

00:30:49 UT - Ceres (11 sa 35'50") trine Rhiphonos (11 le 35'50" Rx)
00:40:41 UT - Vesta (25 sa 30'28") square Elatus (25 vi 30'28")
02:41:34 UT - Chiron (13 pi 5'50") trine Thereus (13 cn 5'50" Rx)
03:35:50 UT - Huya (26 sc 17'11") trine Salacia (26 pi 17'11" Rx)
06:24:36 UT - Mercury (25 sc 30'58") sextile Elatus (25 vi 30'58")
11:21:03 UT - Pallas (16 sc 17'24") conjunct Ceto (16 sc 17'24")
16:04:32 UT - Vesta (25 sa 50'52") conjunct Quaoar (25 sa 50'52")
18:01:19 UT - Mercury (26 sc 16'58") trine Salacia (26 pi 16'58" Rx)
18:28:13 UT - Mercury (26 sc 18'44") conjunct Huya (26 sc 18'44")
22:28:01 UT - Jupiter (22 le 21'27") trine Pholus (22 sa 31'39") - Near Miss Only
22:57:36 UT - Mars (23 cp 1'28") square Pelion (23 ar 1'28" Rx)

Aspects of the Moon

00:45:06 UT - Moon (4 cp 49'15") sextile Neptune (4 pi 49'15")
04:36:27 UT - Moon (7 cp 5' 9") trine Orcus (7 vi 5' 9")
07:06:22 UT - Moon (8 cp 33'19") sextile Teharonhiawako (8 pi 33'19")
10:14:34 UT - Moon (10 cp 24' 8") conjunct Okyrhoe (10 cp 24' 7")
12:54:45 UT - Moon (11 cp 58'32") conjunct Pluto-Charon (11 cp 58'32")
14:24:45 UT - Moon (12 cp 51'36") square Uranus (12 ar 51'37" Rx)
14:46:28 UT - Moon (13 cp 4'25") opposite Thereus (13 cn 4'25" Rx)
14:48:56 UT - Moon (13 cp 5'52") sextile Chiron (13 pi 5'52")
17:20:58 UT - Moon (14 cp 35'36") sextile Deucalion (14 sc 35'36")
19:29:54 UT - Moon (15 cp 51'44") opposite Cyllarus (15 cn 51'44" Rx)
19:48:48 UT - Moon (16 cp 2'54") sextile Borasisi (16 pi 2'54" Rx)
20:14:34 UT - Moon (16 cp 18' 7") sextile Ceto (16 sc 18' 7")
20:30:16 UT - Moon (16 cp 27'24") sextile Pallas (16 sc 27'24")
21:10:19 UT - Moon (16 cp 51' 4") square Mean Node (16 li 51' 4" 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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