Planetary Ephemeris for 2009

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DATE

TIME

EVENT

       

 

 

Jan.

1

Mercury enters Aquarius

 

3

 Venus enters Pisces

 

4  12:00  

FIRST QUARTER Moon

 

4  14

Moon at Perihelion closest point to the Sun                                       

    

4  14     

Mercury at Greatest Elong.: 19.3°E

   

5

Jupiter enters Aquarius  

 

10  11     

Moon at the Moon is closest to and Moon appears larger

   

11  03:28 

FULL MOON in Cancer 21° 03:28 

   

11  16:45  

Mercury retrograde

 

14  23    

Venus at Greatest Elong.: 47.1°E

   

18  02:47 

LAST QUARTER  

   

19

Sun enters Aquarius

 

20  16    

Mercury at Inferior Conjunction

   

21

 Mercury RX re-enters Capricorn 

 

23  00    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth 

 

 

 

Jan. 

24  07    

Jupiter-Sun Conjunction

   

26  07:56 

NEW MOON in Aquarius 6°

   

26  07:57 

Annular Solar Eclipse; mag.=0.927

   

30  12    

Venus 2.8°S of Moon

 

 

 

Feb 

2  23:17 

FIRST QUARTER Moon

    

3  13    

Uranus at Aphelion meaning the furthest away from the Sun

 

 

 

    

7  20    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears larger 

    

9  14:39 

Pen. Lunar Eclipse; mag. =0.895

    

9  14:50 

FULL MOON in Leo 20°

   

12  07    

Neptune-Sun Conjunction

   

13  21    

Mercury at Greatest Elong: 26.1°W

   

16  21:36 

LAST QUARTER Moon

   

19  17   

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

 

21  13   

Venus at Perihelion The closest point to the Sun in a planet's orbit is called perihelion.

  

22  22    

Mercury 1.1°S of Moon: Occn.

   

23  01    

Jupiter 0.7°S of Moon: Occn.

   

23  08    

Mars 1.7°S of Moon

   

25  01:37 

NEW MOON

   

27  23    

Venus 1.3°N of Moon

 

 

 

Mar   

4  07:48 

FIRST QUARTER Moon

    

7  15    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears larger  than normal

    

8  19    

Saturn at Opposition

   

11  02:38 

FULL MOON

   

13  10    

Uranus-Sun Conjunction

   

18  17:46 

LAST QUARTER Moon

 

19  13    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

 

20 11:45 

Vernal Equinox

   

22  21    

Jupiter 1.5°S of Moon

   

24  14    

Mars 4.1°S of Moon

   

26  16:08 

NEW MOON

   

27  20    

Venus at Inferior Conjunction

   

31  03    

Mercury at Superior Conjunction

 

 

 

Apr 

2  03  

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears larger

    

2  14:34 

FIRST QUARTER  

    

9  14:56 

FULL MOON

   

16  09    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

   

17  13:34 

LAST QUARTER  

   

19  16    

Jupiter 2.3°S of Moon

 

21  12    

Mars at Perihelion The closest point to the Sun in a planet's orbit is called perihelion.

 

 

 

 

22  14    

Venus 1.1°S of Moon: Occn.

 

25  03:24 

NEW MOON

 

26  08    

Mercury at Greatest Elong: 20.4°E

    

26

Mercury 1.9°S of Moon

 

28

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 

1  20:43 

FIRST QUARTER  

    

9  04:02 

FULL MOON

   

14  03    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth.

   

17  07:25 

LAST QUARTER  

   

17  08     

Jupiter 3.0°S of Moon

   

18  10    

Mercury at Inferior Conjunction

   

21  08    

Venus 6.7°S of Moon

   

24  12:12 

NEW MOON

   

26  04    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and appears appears

   

31  03:19 

FIRST QUARTER  

 

 

 

Jun 

5  20    

Venus at Greatest Elong: 45.8°W

    

7  18:12 

FULL MOON

   

10  16    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from Earth

   

13  12    

Mercury at Greatest Elong: 23.5°W

   

13  18    

Jupiter 3.5°S of Moon

        

13

Venus at Aphelion

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

15  22:15 

LAST QUARTER  

   

21  05:46 

Summer Solstice

   

22  19:36 

NEW MOON

   

23  11    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

   

29  11:25 

FIRST QUARTER  

 

 

 

Jul 

4  07     

 

    

7  09:22 

FULL MOON

    

7  09:38 

Pen. Lunar Eclipse; mag.=0.145

    

7  22    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

   

10  22    

Jupiter 3.6°S of Moon

   

14  02    

Mercury at Superior Conjunction

   

15  09:56 

LAST QUARTER  

   

18  12    

Mars 4.9°S of Moon

   

19  05    

Venus 5.9°S of Moon

   

21  20    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

   

22  02:35 

NEW MOON

   

22  02:37 

Total Solar Eclipse; mag.=1.081

   

28  21:57 

FIRST QUARTER  

 

 

 

Aug 

4  01    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

    

6  00:41 

P Lunar Eclipse; mag.=0.400

    

6  00:56 

FULL MOON

    

6  22    

Jupiter 3.4°S of Moon

   

13  18:59 

LAST QUARTER  

   

14  19    

Jupiter at Opposition

   

16  03    

Mars 3.2°S of Moon

   

17  14    

Neptune at Opposition

   

17  21    

Venus 1.7°S of Moon

   

19  05    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

   

20  10:02 

NEW MOON

   

22  12    

Mercury 2.9°N of Moon

   

24  16    

Mercury at Greatest Elong: 27.4°E

   

27  11:41 

FIRST QUARTER  

   

31  11    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the

Sep 

2  21    

Jupiter 3.1°S of Moon

    

4  16:04 

FULL MOON

   

12  02:20 

LAST QUARTER  

   

13  16    

Mars 1.1°S of Moon: Occn.

   

16  08    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

   

16  18    

Venus 3.3°N of Moon

   

17  18    

Uranus at Opposition

   

17  18    

Saturn-Sun Conjunction

   

18  18:45 

NEW MOON

   

20  10    

Mercury at Inferior Conjunction

   

22  21:20 

Autumnal Equinox

   

26  04:51 

FIRST QUARTER  

   

28  04     

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the

   

30  00    

Jupiter 3.0°S of Moon

 

 

 

Oct 

4  06  

Venus at Perihelion The closest point to the Sun in a planet's orbit is called perihelion.

 

 

 

    

4  06:12 

FULL MOON

    

6  01     

Mercury at Greatest Elong: 17.9°W

   

11  09:00 

LAST QUARTER  

   

12  01    

Mars 1.1°N of Moon: Occn.

   

13  12    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

   

16  19    

Venus 6.8°N of Moon

   

18  05:33 

NEW MOON

   

25  23    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

   

26  00:46 

FIRST QUARTER  

   

27  09    

Jupiter 3.2°S of Moon

 

 

 

Nov 

2  19:15 

FULL MOON

    

5  08    

Mercury at Superior Conjunction

    

7  08    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

    

9  06    

Mars 3.5°N of Moon

    

9  15:59 

LAST QUARTER  

   

16  19:14 

NEW MOON

   

22  20    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

   

23  22    

Jupiter 3.7°S of Moon

   

24  21:44 

FIRST QUARTER  

 

 

 

Dec 

2  07:32 

FULL MOON

    

4  14    

Moon at perigee is closest to Earth and Moon appears Larger

    

9  00:15 

LAST QUARTER  

   

16  12:03 

NEW MOON

   

18  08    

Mercury 1.4°S of Moon

   

18  17    

Mercury at Greatest Elong: 20.3°E

   

20  15    

Moon at Apogee, the furthest point from the Earth

   

21  15    

Jupiter 4.2°S of Moon

   

21  17:48 

Winter Solstice

   

24  17:41 

FIRST QUARTER  

   

31  19:14 

FULL MOON

   

31  19:25 

Partial Lunar Eclipse; mag.=0.067

 

Planetary stations 2009

 

Date

 

Planetary station

 

Exact degree

Jan 11, 2009

Mercury turns retrograde

07Aqu45

Feb 1, 2009

Mercury turns direct

21Cap44

Mar 6, 2009

Venus turns retrograde

15Ari27

Apr 4, 2009

Pluto turns retrograde

03Cap18

Apr 17, 2009

Venus turns direct

29Pis11

May 7, 2009

Mercury turns retrograde

01Gem44

May 17, 2009

Saturn turns direct

14Vir54

May 29, 2009

Neptune turns retrograde

26Aqu28

May 30, 2009

Mercury turns direct

22Tau52

Jun 15, 2009

Jupiter turns retrograde

27Aqu01

Jul 1, 2009

Uranus turns retrograde

26Pis37

Sep 7, 2009

Mercury turns retrograde

06Lib13

Sep 11, 2009

Pluto turns direct

00Cap39

Sep 29, 2009

Mercury turns direct

21Vir36

Oct 13, 2009

Jupiter turns direct

17Aqu09

Nov 4, 2009

Neptune turns direct

23Aqu41

Geocentric planetary phenomena 2009

Jan 04 13h58m

Mercury at greatest elongation E (19.3°)

Jan 14 21h23m

Venus at greatest elongation E (47.1°)

Jan 20 15h59m

Mercury in inferior conjunction

Jan 24 05h44m

Jupiter in conjunction

Feb 12 12h40m

Neptune in conjunction

Feb 13 20h42m

Mercury at greatest elongation W (26.1°)

Mar 08 19h53m

Saturn at opposition

Mar 13 01h27m

Uranus in conjunction

Mar 20 11h43m

Spring Equinox

Mar 27 19h23m

Venus in inferior conjunction

Mar 31 03h29m

Mercury in superior conjunction

Apr 26 07h48m

Mercury at greatest elongation E (20.4°)

May 18 10h01m

Mercury in inferior conjunction

Jun 05 20h50m

Venus at greatest elongation W (45.9°)

Jun 13 11h52m

Mercury at greatest elongation W (23.5°)

Jun 21 05h45m

Summer Solstice

Jul 14 02h15m

Mercury in superior conjunction

Aug 14 17h52m

Jupiter at opposition

Aug 17 20h54m

Neptune at opposition

Aug 24 16h14m

Mercury at greatest elongation E (27.4°)

Sep 17 09h41m

Uranus at opposition

Sep 17 18h22m

Saturn in conjunction

Sep 20 10h04m

Mercury in inferior conjunction

Sep 22 21h18m

Autumn Equinox

Oct 06 01h30m

Mercury at greatest elongation W (17.9°)

Nov 05 08h02m

Mercury in superior conjunction

Dec 18 17h38m

Mercury at greatest elongation E (20.3°)

Dec 21 17h46m

Winter Solstice

Times are in Universal Time (UT).


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