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Whats is the Sky? January 2011 January 2, 2011

Posted by Kerry in Astrology, Astronomy.
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Solar System Planets.

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News from the Stars and Whats in the Sky this month

Time Zone AEDT

4th Jan Jupiter conjunct Uranus

4th Jan New Moon in Capricorn at 8pm with partial Solar Eclipse

7th Jan Venus enters Sagittarius

13th Jan Mercury enters Capricorn

16th Jan Mars enters Aquarius

20th Jan Full Moon in Cancer at 8.20am

20th Jan Sun enters Aquarius

23rd Jan Jupiter enters Aries

26th Jan Saturn turns retrograde

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What I am looking for is a blessing not in disguise!

Kitty O’Neil Collins

                     

For all you night owls

Jupiter is the bright light high in the sky that settles closer and closer to the western horizon as the month goes by. The Southern Cross is low on the southern horizon (yep…that figures!), and is nearly upside down; but throughout the month it slowly rises and turns on its side.

 

For all you early birds

If you have been out partying for New Years Eve and going home before dawn then you will see the crescent Moon next to brilliant Venus.  The Moon will then move further away each night but Venus will remain the Morning

Star all this month. Near to her is the constellation of the Scorpion, which will become more and more visible through the month. Look overhead to see Saturn close to the bright star of Spica.

 

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