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Jan 9, 1913 - Astrology Calendar

All Moon and Planet Constellations / Aspects and Transits for Thursday, January 9, 1913

 

Jan 9, 1913 - Astrology Calendar
Jan 9, 1913 - Astrology Calendar
Sun
Sun
Thursday, January 9, 1913

Sun January 1913

Birthday: Capricorn

Chinese zodiac sign:
鼠 Water Rat

40,071 days ago (109 years, 8 months, 16 days)

Moon

moon (Aquarius)

waxing crescent

Moonrise:
Moonset:
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Daily aspects

Mercury (Sagittarius) Opposition Pluto (Gemini)
Mercury (Sagittarius) Conjunction Mars (Sagittarius)  | Photo: © Nadine Haase - Fotolia.com
Mercury (Sagittarius) Conjunction Mars (Sagittarius)

Under this aspect, you are restless and impatient, hardly dealing with things for a long time. You're rash with your judgments, and impatiently interrupt others. You always think you're right, and can't bear rejection by those close to you. You also tend to overwork. Your mind works fine, but you often jump to decisions too quickly, making mistake after mistake. You don't want to deal with "unimportant things," overlooking important matters. You should slow down a bit.

Mercury → Capricorn | Photo: © iStockphoto.com/GrapeImages
Mercury → Capricorn

Mercury, in Capricorn, stands for a clear and logical mind. Now we can be more critical and more suspicious. We now have a more exceptional ability to concentrate on difficult tasks and are particularly interested in business matters. Maybe under a Capricorn Mercury, we won't learn particularly quickly, but we will undoubtedly learn things more thoroughly than usual. We are skilled and persistent.

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The Sun on Jan 9, 1913

Darkest moment
It is the darkest moment of the night. Sun is in the lowest position.
Night ends
The morning astronomical twilight starts.
Nautical Dawn
The morning nautical twilight starts.
Dawn
Morning nautical twilight ends, morning civil twilight starts.
Sunrise
Top edge of the sun appears on the horizon
Sunrise ends
Bottom edge of the sun touches the horizon.
Morning golden hour ends
Soft light - the best time for photography.
Solar noon
The sun is in the highest position.
Evening golden hour starts
Sunset starts
The bottom edge of the sun touches the horizon.
Sunset
Sun disappears below the horizon, evening civil twilight starts.
Dusk
Evening nautical twilight starts.
Nautical dusk
Evening astronomical twilight starts.
Night
It is dark enough for astronomical observations.

The times were calculated for 38° 53' N, -77° 02' W, Timezone: America/Chicago (UTC -5)

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