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Jan 9, 2052 - Astrology Calendar

All Moon and Planet Constellations / Aspects and Transits for January 9, 2052
Jan 9, 2052 - Astrology Calendar
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Birthday

Simone de Beauvoir

Simone de Beauvoir (9 January 1908 - 14 April 1986) was a French writer, philosopher, and feminist. She was known for her work on the relationship between men and women and the social constructions of gender. One of her most famous works is "The Other Sex" (1949), in which she presents the ideas of the "second creation" and "other freedom." She was with Jean-Paul Sartre.

Other birthdays of famous personalities

Saint's day

  • Julian
  • Eulogio
  • Alexia
  • Gregor

Weather Proverb

Saint Julian breaks the ice, or he brings it with him from his rice.

Sun
Sun
Tuesday, January 9, 2052

Sun January 2052

Birthday: Capricorn

In 10,096 days (27 years, 7 months, 21 days)

Daily aspects

Half Moon (Aries)

Moon ⚹ Saturn

Moon

Aries
First Quarter (

Moonrise:
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Daily aspects

Half Moon (Aries) | Photo: © Alessia - Fotolia.com
Half Moon (Aries)

This aspect can lead to family problems, health disorders, difficulties at work, discomfort with the opposite sex, and public disagreements. It is highly important to think before you act or react. It can also cause pain in the womb, especially during "that time of the month" for young ladies and women. 

Moon (Aries) ⚹ Saturn (Aquarius)  | Photo: © Dmitry Rukhlenko - stock.adobe.com
Moon (Aries) ⚹extile Saturn (Aquarius)

This transit increases your sense of responsibility and organizational talent. You will be able to pursue your goals with care and deliberation. It's a good time to get together with women in groups, and discuss important issues. 

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The Sun on Jan 9, 2052

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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