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Whats that in the Sky? September 2010 September 2, 2010

Posted by Kerry in Astrology, Astronomy.
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Kukulkan at its finest during the Spring Equin...

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News from the Stars

Time Zone AEST

8th Sep New Moon in Virgo at 8.29pm

9th Sep Jupiter re-enters Pisces whilst retrograde

9th Sep Venus enters Scorpio

13th Sep Mercury goes direct in Virgo

14th Sep Pluto goes direct

19th Sep Jupiter conjunct Uranus in Pisces

23rd Sep Full Moon in Aries at 7.17pm

23rd Sep Sun enters Libra known as The Spring Equinox. The day is now the same length as the night. So night and day are Equal = Equinox.

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“With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either an opportunity to grow or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get to choose.” – Wayne Dyer

What’s that in the sky?

For all you night owls

In the west you will see beautiful Venus with reddish colored Mars close by. Lower in the heavens is Saturn. As Venus sets through early evening you will see the first glimpse of Jupiter rising up in the east behind you.

The Southern cross is lying on its side and will slowly turn upside down through the month.

 

For all you early birds

Stagger out of bed and look up to see the great magnificent light that is Jupiter. He generates no light himself, but the planets are large enough so that we can see the light reflected that they reflect from the Sun. 

 

Let the Moon guide you

On Sep 3rd the Crescent Moon will be between the horns of the bull of Taurus. 

On Sep 13 and 14 the Moon will be between the claws of Scorpio.

And on Sep 24th the Full Moon will be very close to Jupiter.

 

Have a great month!

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