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Feb 9, 1952 - Astrology Calendar

All Moon and Planet Constellations / Aspects and Transits for February 9, 1952
Feb 9, 1952 - Astrology Calendar
Photo: © Little girl and a green monster

Birthday

The paintings of the German painter Gerhard Richter (*9.2.1939) repeatedly achieve record prices at auctions.

The Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard (*9.2.1931,†1989) received the Georg Büchner Prize in 1970 and is one of the most important German-language authors.

Other birthdays: Mia Farrow (*1945),  Alice Walker (*1944), Judith Light (*1949), Charles Shaughnessy (*1955), Travis Tritt (*1963),

Rose Leslie (*1987)

 

Saint's day

Julian (from Julius: Of the family of the Julians)
Anna Catherine

Sun
Sun
Saturday, February 9, 1952

Sun February 1952

Birthday: Aquarius

Chinese zodiac sign:
龍 Water Dragon

26,457 days ago (72 years, 5 months, 8 days)

Daily aspects

Moon → Leo

Moon Square Mars

Moon

The Moon moves from Cancer to Leo (
Waxing Gibbous

Moonset:
Moonrise:
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Daily aspects

Moon → Leo | Photo: © ivgaphotographer / Shutterstock.com
Moon → Leo

The Leo Moon makes us dominant and confident. Since Leo is the symbol of self-expression, theater, and stage, we can define the orientation as external. You can be very creative. But flirting, pleasure and enjoyment are also part of those Leo days after all the whole world is ultimately one big stage and we are all actors.

Moon (Leo) Square Mars (Scorpio)  | Photo: © iStock.com/Delmaine Donson
Moon (Leo) Square Mars (Scorpio)

This Square could easily make you excited, argumentative, and hasty. Disagreements with the opposite sex may occur. You could waste money, repress your emotions, and feel moody and passionate. If you are female and menstruating, there may be a lot of bleeding, and you may experience a lot of pain, and tender breasts.

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The Sun on Feb 9, 1952

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° 33' N, -91° 00' W, Timezone: America/Chicago (UTC -5)

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