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July 2009 News from the Stars July 3, 2009

Posted by Kerry in Astrology.
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PLease note- dates and times in AEST

1st July Uranus goes retrograde (backwards)

4th July Mercury enters Cancer

5th July Venus enters Gemini

7th July Full Moon in Capricorn at 7.21pm AEST with Lunar Eclipse affecting just a small corner of the moon, and will be difficult to see here in Australia

10th July Jupiter conjunct Neptune in Aquarius

12th July Mars enters Gemini

18th July Gemini enters Leo

22nd July New Moon in Cancer at 12.34pm with Solar Eclipse not see here.

23rd July Sun moves into Leo

 

What’s that in the sky?

For all you night owls

The constellation is the Scorpion is magnificent. It makes it worthwhile to be outside. If you are out late enough, or early the next day, you will see Jupiter which appears as the brightest star in the east.

For all you early birds

This is the best time as Jupiter and Venus are the brightest stars in the sky. Jupiter is high overhead and Venus is rising in the east. Mars is also visible and is the reddish star about your clenched fist distance away from Venus. The brightest star near Venus will be Aldebaran which is the eye of the bull constellation of Taurus.

 

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