The Daze and Years Ahead
An Astrological Agenda
by Michael Harwood
Glass Nebula by Joy Day Eclipse Maps 2008 Current Daze 2007
January 6th 2007 Jupiter conjunct Antares
Sunday February 18th 2007 The slender infant crescent Moon occults Uranus (visible telescopically at moon set from the UK around 17:53 to 18:46). The occultation starts with Uranus being occulted by the dark edge of the tiny moon at only 6 degrees of altitude (mid UK). A moment to savour. It ends a few minutes after Moon set.
Saturday March 3rd 2007 Total Eclipse of the Moon 13 degrees Virgo, visible from Europe. Central eclipse 23:21 GMT.
March 19th 2007. Partial solar eclipse at 28 degrees Pisces 02-32 GMT.
Saturday May 12th 2007 The waning crescent Moon occults Uranus ('centred' on the UK) . This 'daylight occultation' is a 'grazing occultation'(for mid latitudes UK) with Uranus touching the lower limb of the crescent Moon around 06-29 GMT.
Tuesday May 22nd 2007 The Moon occults Saturn in daylight (visible telescopically from the UK). Times 19-08 to 20:12. (45 degree altitude for mid UK latitudes).
Wednesday May 23rd 2007 The Moon occults Regulus (daylight grazing occultation 'centred' on the UK around 35 degree altitude around 15-09 GMT).
Monday June 18th 2007 The Moon occults Venus (daylight occultation visible telescopically from the UK around 14-00 to 15-18 GMT).
Tuesday July 17th 2007 The Moon occults Regulus ( daylight occultation 'centred' on the UK 07:44 to 08:22 GMT).
August 14th 2007 Jupiter conjunct Antares
August 22nd 2007 Jupiter and the Moon conjunct Antares
August 28th 2007 Total Lunar Eclipse at 5 degrees Pisces 10-37 GMT
Sept. 2nd 2007 Saturn enters Virgo.
Sept. 11th 2007 Partial Solar Eclipse at 18 degrees Virgo 12-31 GMT
September 11, 2007: The solar eclipse at 18° 25' Virgo opposes Uranus at 16° 38' Pisces, all activating the degree of the Uranus-Pluto conjunction of the mid 1960s. Saturn enters Virgo. Pluto is at the degree of the Galactic Centre. Look for a major battle in the morality wars, as society deals with issues of drug legalisation, genetic tampering, human cloning, Internet controls/taxes, and new technologies that threaten business-as-usual. Mountain Astrologer
Sunday October 7th 2007 The Moon occults Regulus. (A naked eye event from the UK given clear skies around 05-45 GMT at 32 degree altitude).
December 1st 2007 Mars in Opposition.
December 11th 2007 Jupiter conjunct Pluto 28 degrees Sagittarius.
December 18th 2007 Jupiter enters Capricorn.
December 2007: A conjunction of the Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, and Pluto near 0° Capricorn opposes Mars retrograde in the first few degrees of Cancer, joined by the Full Moon at 1° 50' Cancer on December 23. This starts the activation of zero degrees of cardinal signs, which are probably the four most sensitive points in the zodiac. Pluto is now at the degree of the 1988 Saturn-Uranus conjunction.
(Mountain Astrologer) .
The agenda for the dynamic astrological run up to Christmas in 2007 is as follows.
Thursday December 20th 2007. Mercury conjunct Pluto 21-54 GMT
Friday December 21st 2007 The Sun conjunct Pluto 00-14 GMT
Saturday December 22nd 2007. Winter Solstice 06-08 GMT. Mercury opposite Mars 18-29 GMT.
Sunday December 23rd 2007. The Sun conjunct Jupiter 05-56 GMT. Moon opposite Pluto 20-26 GMT
Monday December 24th 2007. Moon opposite Jupiter 00-14 GMT. Full Moon 01-16 GMT. Moon conjunct Mars 02-59 GMT. Moon opposite Mercury 07-54 GMT. They opposite Mars 21-47 GMT
On boxing day December 26th 2007 Mars opposes Pluto 19-52 GMT.
Please note that all these planets are aligned to the first couple of degrees of Capricorn and Cancer. A most special time is in store!
Late January 2008: Pluto enters Capricorn for the first time in 247 years. The last time Pluto was in Capricorn was during the U.S. revolutionary war. (Pluto was opposite this point, at 0° Cancer, during 1912-1915.) Neptune is still septile Pluto. This is a critical time in the U.S. presidential primary season. Mountain Astrologer
January 26th 2008 Pluto first enters Capricorn.
February 7th 2008 Annular Eclipse of the Sun at 18 degrees Aquarius 03-55 GMT visible only from Antarctica.
Thursday Feb. 21st 2008 Total Lunar Eclipse at 2 degrees Virgo 04-26 GMT visible from Europe.
May 10th 2008 The Moon occults Mars (visible from the UK).
Mid June 2008: The Full Moon at 27° 50' Sagittarius is conjunct Pluto at 0° Capricorn. Mars at 22° Leo opposes the Chiron-Neptune conjunction along the lunar nodal axis. One possibility, with Chiron-Neptune in Aquarius that year, is the formation of local groups specifically focused on self-reliance and prosperity through alternative approaches to food and energy production. Mountain Astrologer
August 1st 2008 Total Solar Eclipse at 10 degrees Leo visible from Europe NE N. America, Asia
[Total: north Canada, Greenland, Siberia, Mongolia, China]. Central eclipse 10-21 GMT
August 16th 2008 Partial lunar eclipse at 25 degrees Aquarius at 22-10 GMT.
November 4, 2008: Election day in the U.S. sees an exact opposition of Saturn and Uranus at 18 58' Virgo-Pisces (the solar eclipse degree of September 2007). This is the first opposition of the cycle that started with their conjunction in 1988 (at 29° Sagittarius). These two planets were last in opposition during 1965-66, with Saturn in mid Pisces and Uranus in mid Virgo. Environmental issues will be huge in this election, and major reforms could be instituted. Mountain Astrologer
There are a total of 6 eclipses in 2009.
2009: The entire year of 2009 features a Chiron-Neptune conjunction in late degrees of Aquarius, exact in February 2010 at 26° Aquarius; this is the first conjunction of these two since September 1945. Jupiter joins Chiron and Neptune in mid December 2009, with an opposing Mars turning retrograde in Leo. Whoever is elected U.S. president in 2008 might now undertake an emergency mobilisation of alternative energy production, if the problem has continued to be swept under the rug. Mountain Astrologer
January 5th 2009 Jupiter enters Aquarius.
January 26th 2009 Annular eclipse of the Sun at 6 degrees Aquarius. Central eclipse 07-59 GMT. This eclipse is visible from the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans, Borneo, the East Indies, and the eastern Pacific.
Feb. 9th 2009 Penumbral lunar eclipse at 21 degrees Leo at 15-38 GMT
May 27th 2009 Jupiter conjunct Neptune 26 degrees Aquarius. First of 3.
July 7th 2009 Penumbral lunar eclipse 09-39 GMT at 16 degrees Capricorn
July 10th 2009 Jupiter conjunct Neptune 26 degrees Aquarius. Second of 3.
July 22nd 2009 Total Solar Eclipse 02-35 GMT at 29 degrees Cancer. Long, lasts 6m 39s. Visible from East Asia, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii [Total: India, Nepal, China, c Pacific] Central eclipse at 02-35 GMT.
August 6th 2009 Penumbral lunar eclipse 01-39 GMT at 14 degrees Aquarius.
October 21st 2009 The Moon occults Antares. Visible from the UK
October 29th 2009 Saturn first enters Libra. This residence of Saturn in Libra will bring about very dynamic planetary effects during the period 2010-2011. These few years ahead will most probably have very serious global consequences.
November 15, 2009: The most powerful configurations are beginning. Saturn squares Pluto at 1° 42' Libra-Capricorn, while the Moon and Venus join Neptune and Pluto in a septile pattern. The Sun septiles Saturn as well. Public fears of terrorism or war are accentuated at this time. This Saturn-Pluto square repeats on January 31, 2010 and again in August 2010. These are key dates in terms of oil shortages, oil price hikes, and international co-operation (or lack thereof). The increased use of coal raises new concerns about air pollution and accelerated global warming. Mountain Astrologer
December 21st 2009 Jupiter conjunct Neptune 24 degrees Aquarius. Final of 3.
December 31st 2009 Partial Lunar Eclipse 19:23 GMT at 10 degrees Cancer.
January 1st 2010 Mars in Opposition.
January 15th 2010 Very long Annular Solar Eclipse (7m 6s) at 25 degrees Capricorn, visible from central and east Africa, the southern tip of India and Sri Lanka, Burma and China.
January 18th Jupiter enters Pisces
May 28th 2010 Uranus first enters Aries.
June 5-6, 2010: Things really heat up starting in mid May, as Saturn opposes Jupiter and Uranus. Then, Uranus enters Aries and, a few days later, is joined by the Moon and Jupiter at exactly 0° Aries. Meanwhile, Pluto is at 4°+ Capricorn and Saturn is at 28° Virgo, forming a T-square with the Moon, Jupiter, and Uranus. Mars at 29°+ Leo (conjunct Regulus) opposes Neptune and Chiron. This seems to me to have the potential for a major popular movement (at best) or an armed revolt (at worst). The key is to channel all this energy in constructive ways. Mountain Astrologer
June 6th 2010 Jupiter first enters Aries
June 8th 2010 Jupiter conjunct Uranus 0 degrees Aries, first of 3.
June 26, 2010 Partial lunar eclipse at 5 degrees Capricorn. Central eclipse 11:39 GMT.
The lunar eclipse at 4° + Capricorn conjoins Pluto and activates a grand cross involving the Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, Uranus, the Moon, and Saturn - all within 5° of the four cardinal points. This will be a very important event, for better or worse, with a huge impact on global public opinion. Mountain Astrologer
July 11th 2010 Total Solar eclipse at 19 degrees Cancer 19-33 GMT Visible from South America [Total: South Pacific, Easter Is., Chile, Argentina].
July 30-31, 2010: This marks another intense few days. Mars joins Saturn at 0° 49' Libra, opposing the Moon, Jupiter, and Uranus in Aries and squared by Pluto. Again, large masses of people may be affected by so much planetary energy concentrated near the cardinal points. Since cardinal signs are action-related, there may be a lot of people on the move (demonstrators, troops, refugees). The Mars-Saturn conjunction is on the Mid heaven in Indonesia, China, and the South China Sea, creating conditions for a crisis in that area. Mountain Astrologer
August 6-7, 2010: A cardinal grand cross is formed, involving Jupiter-Uranus in Aries, Pluto in Capricorn, the Moon in early Cancer, and Venus joining Mars and Saturn in early Libra. The Sun at 15° Leo makes stressful aspects (45°/135°) to the entire grand cross. We'll need to remain calm and balanced to deal with the relentlessly stressful aspects this summer. The electricity grid may be threatened; unusual Earth or weather changes could be part of the picture. Mountain Astrologer
September 9th 2010 Jupiter retrogrades back into Pisces
Sept. 19th 2010 Jupiter conjunct Uranus 29 degrees Pisces second of 3.
December 13, 2010: Conditions will have eased up a bit in terms of the cardinal cross, but on this date there is a tight conjunction of Mercury, Mars, and Pluto at 4° Capricorn septile Neptune-Chiron at 26° + Aquarius. Fanatical thinking or extreme acts are possible. Mountain Astrologer
December 21st 2010. Total Eclipse of the Moon in Gemini on the day before the Winter Solstice. Totally eclipsed Moon sets over Europe. (A Total Eclipse of the Moon, occurs within 6 hours of the Winter Solstice moment occurs on December 20th 2029). Central eclipse 08:l7 GMT.
There are a total of 6 eclipses in 2011
Jan 4th 2011 Jupiter conjunct Uranus 27 degrees Pisces. Partial solar eclipse 08:51 GMT at 14 degrees Capricorn.
Jan 22nd 2011 Jupiter re-enters Aries.
April 4th 2011 Neptune first enters Pisces.
April 9, 2011: Uranus is at 0° declination; the last time this happened was in 1968-69. Pluto stations retrograde at 7° 30' Capricorn. The Sun, Mercury, Mars, and Jupiter in Aries oppose Saturn in Libra. Neptune has just moved into Pisces. Spiritual renewal and new ideas challenge outmoded structures. Radical new laws are passed and political movements reach critical mass this year. A growing optimism spreads as the energy of the Neptune-Pluto septile winds down. Mountain Astrologer
April 29th 2011 Five planets and the Moon lie within 20 degrees of each other.
June 1st 2011 Partial lunar eclipse 11 degrees Gemini. Central eclipse 21:16 GMT.
June 4th 2011 Jupiter enters Taurus
Wednesday June 15th 2011 Total Lunar Eclipse at 25 degrees Sagittarius rises over Europe. Central eclipse 21:13 GMT.
July 1st 2011 Partial Solar Eclipse at 9 degrees Cancer. Central eclipse 08:38 GMT
November 14th/16th 2011 Saturn conjunct Spica (1st of 3)
November 25th 2011 Partial Solar Eclipse 3 degrees Sagittarius. Central eclipse 06:20 GMT.
Dec. 10th 2011 Total Lunar Eclipse at 19 degrees Gemini 15-32 GMT
2012: Uranus squares Pluto at 7° - 8° of cardinal signs. This is the waxing square of the cycle that started in the mid 1960s, with the conjunction of these two planets in mid Virgo. This square is a symbol of innovation competing directly with the entrenched power elite (corporate power may be challenged in a new and positive way, especially in a U.S. election year). Mountain Astrologer
March 16th 2012. A lunar occultation of Pluto occurs today. This is the first anywhere on Earth since January 19th 1935. They will occur every month now from today upto August 17th 2013.
May 11th 2012 Saturn conjunct Spica (2nd time)
May 20th 2012 Annular Solar Eclipse at zero degrees Gemini. Central eclipse 23:53 GMT. Eclipse visible from southern USA, central America, central equatorial south America and Africa.
June 4th 2012 Partial lunar eclipse at 15 degrees Sagittarius. Central eclipse 12:03 GMT
June 6th 2012 Transit of Venus across the disc of the Sun.
June 11th 2012 Jupiter enters Gemini.
July 15th 2012 Lunar grazing occultation of Jupiter (visible from the UK with a clear horizon ) 02-00 GMT.
Aug 14th 2012 Mars and Saturn conjunct Spica
August 22nd 2012 The Moon, Mars, and Saturn are conjunct Spica.
October 5th 2012 Saturn enters Scorpio.
November 13th 2012 Total Solar Eclipse at 22 degrees Scorpio 22-12 GMT visible from north-eastern Australia.
November 14th 2012 The Moon occults Mercury (daylight occultation visible from the UK with a telescope) .
November 28th 2012 Penumbral lunar eclipse 7 degrees Gemini. Central eclipse 15:33 GMT
December 21st, 2012 A.D., represents an extremely close conjunction of the Winter Solstice Sun with the crossing point of the Galactic Equator (Equator of the Milky Way) and the Ecliptic (path of the Sun), what that ancient Maya recognised as the Sacred Tree. This is an event that has been coming to resonance very slowly over thousands and thousands of years. It will come to resolution at exactly 11:11 am GMT. www.greatdreams.com
Lunar Saros series 150 starts this year.
April 25th 2013 Partial lunar Eclipse at 6 degrees Scorpio. Central eclipse 20:08 GMT
May 9th 2013 The Moon occults Mars (daylight occultation visible from the UK with a telescope).
May 10th Long Annular Solar Eclipse at 20 degrees Taurus. Lasts 6m 3s. Central eclipse 00:25 GMT, visible from Australia and the pacific ocean.
May 25th 2013. First eclipse in Saros series 150. A slight penumbral eclipse centred on 05:10 GMT occurs at 4 degrees Sagittarius.
June 26th 2013 Jupiter enters Cancer.
Monday July 29th 2013.
We look forward also to this grand 'mystic' hexagon or 'Grand Sextile' arrayed in the skies of Earth on Monday July 29th 2013 involving Pluto in Capricorn, Neptune in Pisces, the Moon in Taurus, Jupiter and Mars in Cancer and Venus in Virgo. The hexagon is formed in feminine (Earth and Water) signs of the tropical zodiac.
Astrological Chart set for London below.
This time was first pointed out to me by Derekdjwilliams@aol.com. (Astrological researcher into 'Grand Sextiles').
The great mystic hexagon.
September 8th 2013. The Moon occults Spica (day light occultation visible from the UK with a telescope).
October 18th 2013 Penumbral lunar Eclipse at 26 degrees Aries. Central eclipse 23:50 GMT
November 2nd 2013. The Moon occults Spica (visible from the UK).
November 3rd 2013. Annular/Total Solar Eclipse 12-47 GMT at 11 degrees Scorpio visible from the Atlantic ocean, and central Africa.
Tuesday April 15th 2014 Total Lunar Eclipse at 25 degrees Libra sets over Europe. Central eclipse 07:46 GMT.
April 29th 2014 Rare non-central annular solar eclipse at 9 degrees Taurus visible only from a very small part of Antarctica. Maximum eclipse 06:04 GMT.
June 26th 2014 Daylight lunar occultation of Mercury (visible telescopically from the UK).
July 16th 2014 Jupiter enters Leo.
October 8th 2014 Total Lunar Eclipse at 15 degrees Aries 10-55 GMT. Central eclipse 10:55 GMT.
October 23rd 2014 Partial Solar Eclipse at zero degrees Scorpio. Central eclipse 21:45 GMT.
October 25th 2014 Daylight lunar occultation of Saturn (visible telescopically from the UK).
Dec. 23rd 2014 Saturn first enters Sagittarius.
2015 (The year of the Lunar Minor Standstill)
Jan 5th 2015 Minor standstill south Full Moon
March 13th 2015 Minor lunar standstill last quarter Moon
March 20th 2015 Total Solar Eclipse at 29 degrees Pisces. This eclipse starts in the north Atlantic ocean and tracks between the UK and Iceland passing directly through the Faroe islands. This is the closest Total Solar Eclipse to the mainland UK since the 1999 eclipse. Central eclipse 09-46 GMT
March 27th 2015 Minor lunar standstill first quarter Moon
April 4th 2015 Total Lunar Eclipse at 15 degrees Libra 13-00 GMT. This is the shortest Total Lunar eclipse of the 21st century. Totality lasts for only 11 minutes 57 seconds.
July 2nd 2015 Minor standstill south Full Moon
July 14th 2015 The 'NEW Horizons' spacecraft launched January 19th 2006 reaches Pluto today.
August 11th 2015 Jupiter enters Virgo.
September 5th 2015 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK). Minor lunar standstill last quarter Moon
September 13th 2015 Partial Solar Eclipse at 20 degrees Virgo. Central eclipse 06:54 GMT
September 21st 2015 Minor lunar standstill first quarter Moon
Monday September 28th 2015 Total Lunar Eclipse at 5 degrees Aries visible from Europe. Central eclipse 03:47 GMT
October 29th 2015 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK).
December 22nd 2015 Saturn conjunct Antares
December 23rd 2015 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK).
December 25th 2015 Minor standstill north Full Moon on Christmas Day.
Lunar Saros series 109 ends this year.
January 20th 2001 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK).
March 9th 2016 Total Solar Eclipse at 19 degrees Pisces 01-57 GMT. This eclipse is visible from the East Indies and the northern Pacific Ocean
March 23rd 2016 Penumbral lunar eclipse at 4 degrees Libra. Central eclipse 12:47 GMT
April 6th 2016. Daylight lunar occultation of Venus (visible telescopically from the UK).
June 25th 2016 Lunar occultation of Neptune (visible telescopically from the UK).
August 24th 2016 Mars and Saturn conjunct Antares
September 1st 2016 Annular Solar Eclipse at 9 degrees Virgo. The eclipse is visible from central Africa, Madagascar and the southern Indian Ocean. Central eclipse 09:07 GMT
September 9th 2016 Jupiter enters Libra.
September 15th 2016 Lunar occultation of Neptune (visible telescopically from the UK).
September 16th 2016 Penumbral lunar Eclipse at 25 degrees Pisces. Central eclipse 19:54 GMT
September 30th 2016 Daylight Lunar Occultation of Jupiter (visible telescopically from the UK).
December 13th 2016 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK).
Feb. 11th 2017 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse at 23 degrees Leo. Central eclipse 00:44 GMT
Feb. 26th 2017 Annular Solar Eclipse at 8 degrees Pisces 15:53 GMT visible from Peru, Argentina and parts of South Africa.
April 28th 2017 Daylight lunar occultation of Aldebaran. (visible from the UK).
June 22nd 2017 Daylight Lunar Occultation of Aldebaran (visible telescopically from the UK).
July 25th 2017 Daylight lunar occultation of Mercury (visible telescopically from the UK).
August 7th 2017 Partial Lunar Eclipse 15 degrees Aquarius 18:21 GMT
August 16th 2017 Daylight lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible telescopically from the UK).
August 21st 2017 Total Solar Eclipse at 29 degrees Leo conjunct Regulus. Central eclipse 18-26 GMT visible from right across the USA, Maximum totality 2m 40s. The path of the Total Eclipse tracks through Oregon, Idaho, Nebraska, Missouri, Southern Illinois, South West Kentucky, Tennessee and South Carolina. (Any US citizen living on the path of totality and prepared to offer myself and a friend some basic accommodation or camping space during this month please get in touch!)
October 10th 2017 Jupiter enters Scorpio.
November 6th 2017 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK).
December 8th 2017 Lunar occultation of Regulus (visible from the UK).
Dec. 20th 2017 Saturn enters Capricorn.
Dec. 31st 2017 (around 00-50 GMT) Occultation of Aldebaran by the gibbous Moon, visible from the UK northern Europe and North Asia. Worth a few shivers to observe it from the wilds.
Jan 5th 2018 Lunar occultation of Regulus (visible telescopically from the UK at Sunrise).
Jan 31st 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse 1 2 degrees Leo 13-30 GMT
Feb. 15th 2018 Partial Solar Eclipse 27 degrees Aquarius 20:52 GMT
February 23rd 2018 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible telescopically from the UK at Sunset)
March 1st 2018 Lunation occultation of Regulus (visible telescopically from the UK at Sunrise).
March 22nd 2018 Lunar occultation of Aldebaran (visible from the UK)
May 15th 2018 Uranus first enters Taurus.
July 27th 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius rises over Europe. This is the longest Total Lunar Eclipse in the 21st century. Totality lasts 1 hour 43 minutes 35 seconds.
August 11th 2018 Partial Solar Eclipse 19 degrees Leo 09:46 GMT
November 8th 2018 Jupiter enters Sagittarius.
Jan 6th 2019 Partial Solar Eclipse 15 degrees Capricorn 01:42 GMT
Monday Jan 21st 2019 Total Lunar Eclipse 1 degree Leo 06:12 GMT sets over Europe.
July 2nd 2019 Total Solar Eclipse 11 degrees Cancer 19-23 GMT visible from southern South America.
July 16th 2019 Partial Lunar Eclipse 24 degrees Capricorn 22:31 GMT
November 28th 2019 Daylight lunar occultation of Jupiter (visible telescopically from the UK)
December 2nd 2019 Jupiter enters Capricorn.
December 26th 2019 Annular Solar Eclipse 4 degrees Capricorn 05:18 GMT. This boxing day eclipse is visible from south east Arabia, southern India and the East Indies.
Jan 10th 2020 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 20 degrees Cancer 20:10 GMT
Jan 12th 2020 Saturn conjunct Neptune 23 degrees Capricorn.
March 22nd 2020 Saturn first enters Aquarius.
April 5th 2020 Jupiter conjunct Pluto 25 degrees Capricorn. First of 3.
June 5th 2020 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 16 degrees Sagittarius 19:25 GMT
June 19th 2020 Daylight Lunar occultation of Venus (visible telescopically from the UK)
June 21st 2020 Annular Solar Eclipse on the Summer Solstice Day at zero degrees Cancer 06:40 GMT visible from a thin path passing through central Africa, south Arabia, Pakistan, northern India and China.
June 30th 2020 Jupiter conjunct Pluto 24 degrees Capricorn. Second of 3.
July 5th 2020 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse at 14 degrees Capricorn 05:30 GMT
Nov. 12th 2020 Jupiter conjunct Pluto 23 degrees Capricorn. Final of 3.
November 30th 2020 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 9 degrees Gemini 09:43
Dec. 14th 2020 Daylight lunar occultation of Mercury (visible telescopically from the UK) followed by a Total Solar Eclipse 23 degrees Sagittarius visible from southern South America 16-14 GMT.
Dec. 19th 2020 Jupiter enters Aquarius,
Dec. 21st 2020 Jupiter conjunct Saturn 0 degrees Aquarius.
Jan 12th 2021 Six planets within a 20 degree arc in Capricorn for 2 days.
Feb. 10th 2021 Six planets again in a 20 degree arc this time in Aquarius for 2 days.
May 13th 2021 Jupiter first enters Pisces
May 26th 2021 Total Lunar Eclipse 5 degrees Sagittarius 11:19 GMT
June 10th 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse 20 degrees Gemini visible from eastern Canada, Greenland, the Arctic and north east Siberia 10:42 GMT
Nov. 19th 2021 Partial Lunar Eclipse 27 degrees Taurus 09:03 GMT
Dec. 4th 2021 Total Solar Eclipse 12 degrees Sagittarius visible from Antarctica 07:34 GMT
April 12th 2022 Jupiter conjunct Neptune 24 Pisces
April 30th 2022 Partial Solar Eclipse 10 degrees Taurus 20:42 GMT
May 10th 2022 Jupiter first enters Aries
May 16th 2022 Total Lunar Eclipse 26 degrees Scorpio 05:12 GMT
September 14th 2022 Lunar occultation of Uranus (visible telescopically from the UK approx. 21:33 to 22.25) at approx. 13 to 21 degrees altitude.
October 25th 2022 Partial Solar Eclipse 2 degrees Scorpio 11:00 GMT
Nov. 8th 2022 Total Lunar Eclipse 17 degrees Taurus 11:59 GMT
December 5th 2022 Lunar occultation of Uranus (visible telescopically from the UK just after Sunset)
December 8th 2022 Lunar occultation of Mars by the Full Moon (visible from the UK).
Jan 1st 2023 Lunar occultation of Uranus (visible telescopically from the UK).
March 7th 2023 Saturn enters Pisces
March 23 2023 Pluto first enters Aquarius
April 20th 2023 Annular/Total Solar Eclipse 30 degrees Aries 04:17 GMT . The path of this eclipse touches western Australia and passes north to the East Indies.
May 5th 2023 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 15 degrees Scorpio 18:23 GMT
May 16th 2023 Jupiter enters Taurus
October 14th 2023 Annular Solar Eclipse 21 degrees Libra visible from the USA, cental America, and northern South America 18:00 GMT
October 18th 2023 Daylight Lunar occultation of Antares (visible telescopically from the UK).
October 28th 2023 Partial Lunar Eclipse 6 degrees Taurus 21:14 GMT
November 9th 2023 Daylight lunar occultation of Venus (visible telescopically from the UK).
2024 (2024 and 2025 are years of the Major Lunar Standstill)
March 25th 2024 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 5 degrees Libra 07:13 GMT
April 8th 2024 Total Solar Eclipse 19 degrees Aries visible again from the USA 18:17 GMT
April 21st 2024 Jupiter conjunct Uranus 22 degrees Taurus
May 25th 2024 Jupiter enters Gemini
June 28th 2024 Daylight lunar occultation of Neptune centred on the UK.
August 21st 2024 Lunar occultation of Saturn (visible telescopically from the UK).
Sept. 18th 2024 Partial Lunar Eclipse 26 degrees Pisces 02:44 GMT
October 2nd 2024 Annular Solar Eclipse 10 degrees Libra visible from the southern tip of South America 18:45 GMT.
December 18th 2024 Daylight lunar occultation of Mars (visible telescopically from the UK).
January 4th 2025 Lunar occultation of Saturn (visible from the UK in the late evening twilight).
January 5th 2025 Daylight lunar occultation of Neptune ( centred on the UK).
March 14th 2025 Total Lunar Eclipse at 24 degrees Virgo sets over the UK. Central eclipse 06:59 GMT
March 28th 2025 Six planets within 20 degree arc for two days in Pisces.
March 29th 2025 Partial Solar Eclipse 9 degrees Aries 10:48 GMT
March 30th 2025 Neptune first enters Aries
May 25th 2025 Saturn first enters Aries
Jun.. 9th 2025 Jupiter enters Cancer
July 7th 2025 Uranus first enters Gemini
September 7th 2025 Total Lunar Eclipse 15 degrees Pisces rises over UK
September 19th 2025 Daylight lunar occultation of Venus (visible telescopically from the UK).
September 21st 2025 Partial Solar Eclipse 29 degrees Virgo 19:42 GMT
December 10th 2025 Morning twilight lunar occultation of Regulus (visible from the UK).
Jan 17th 2026 Six planets within a 20 degree arc for two days in Capricorn
Jun. 30th 2026 Jupiter enters Leo
Feb. 17th 2026 Annular Solar Eclipse 29 degrees Aquarius 12:12 GMT
Feb. 20th 2026 Saturn conjunct Neptune 1 degree Aries
March 3rd 2026 Total Lunar Eclipse 13 degrees Virgo 12:34 GMT
March 29th 2026 Daylight lunar occultation of Regulus (visible telescopically from the UK).
Aug. 12th 2026 Total Solar Eclipse 20 degrees Leo 17:46 GMT
Aug. 28th 2026 Partial Lunar Eclipse 5 degrees Pisces 05:13 GMT
September 14th 2026 Daylight lunar occultation of Venus (visible telescopically from the UK).
Feb. 6th 2027 Annular Solar Eclipse 18 degrees Aquarius 16:00 GMT
Feb. 21st 2027 Penumbral lunar eclipse 3 degrees Virgo 00:13 GMT
Jul. 18th 2027 Penumbral lunar eclipse 26 degrees Capricorn 16:03 GMT
August 2nd 2027 Total Solar Eclipse 10 degrees Leo (maximum eclipse has a totality of 6m 23s!) 10:07 GMT
Aug. 17th 2027 Penumbral lunar eclipse 25 degrees Aquarius 08:14 GMT
Jul. 26th 2027 Jupiter enters Virgo
Jan 12th 2028 Partial Lunar Eclipse 22 degrees Cancer 04:13 GMT
Jan 26th 2028 Annular Solar Eclipse 6 degrees Aquarius 15:08 GMT
April 13th 2028 Saturn enters Taurus
May 25th 2028 Lunar occultation of Venus (visible from the UK with a clear horizon just after Moonrise ).
Jul. 22nd 2028 Total Solar Eclipse (5m 10s) 30 degrees Cancer 02:56 GMT
Aug. 24th 2028 Jupiter enters Libra
Dec. 31st 2028 Total Lunar Eclipse 11 degrees Cancer 16:52 GMT rises over the UK (Quite a start to New Years Eve celebration)
There are a total of 6 eclipses in 2029
Jan 14th 2029 Partial Solar Eclipse 25 degrees Capricorn 17:13 GMT
April 13th 2029
In the accompanying diagram, the most likely trajectory of asteroid 2004 MN4 is shown as a blue line that passes near the Earth on 13 April 2029. Since the asteroid's position in space is not perfectly known at that time, the white dots at right angles to the blue line are possible alternate positions of the asteroid. Neither the nominal position of the asteroid, nor any of its possible alternative positions, touches the Earth, effectively ruling out an Earth impact in 2029. Based on albedo constraints by Andrew Rivkin and Richard Binzel (MIT), the diameter of the object is about 320 meters. At the time of the closest approach, the asteroid will be a naked eye object (3.3 mag.) travelling rapidly (42 degrees per hour!) through the constellation of Cancer. On average, one would expect a similarly close Earth approach by an asteroid of this size only every 1300 years or so.
Jun. 12th 2029 Partial Solar Eclipse 22 degrees Gemini 04:05 GMT
Jun. 26th 2029 Total Lunar Eclipse 5 degrees Capricorn 04:22 GMT
July 11th 2029 Partial Solar Eclipse 20 degrees Cancer 15:36 GMT
Sept. 24th 2029 Jupiter enters Scorpio.
Dec. 5th 2029 Partial Solar Eclipse 14 degrees Sagittarius 15:03 GMT
DEC 20th/21st 2029
Total Lunar Eclipse on the 'cusp of destiny' (30 degrees Sagittarius) on December 20th 2029.
Central eclipse time 23-42 GMT.
Visible from the UK.
Winter Solstice 14-15 GMT on Dec.. 21st 2029.
16th January 2030 Grazing lunar occultation of Uranus (visible telescopically from the UK).
11th March 2030 Lunar occultation of Uranus (visible telescopically from the UK at Sunset).
Jun. 1st 2030 Saturn enters Gemini on the same day of an Annular Solar Eclipse 11 degrees Gemini 06:28 GMT
Jun. 15th 2030 Partial Lunar Eclipse 25 degrees Sagittarius 19:33 GMT
Oct. 22nd 2030 Jupiter enters Sagittarius
Nov. 25th 2030 Total Solar Eclipse 3 degrees Sagittarius 06:51 GMT
Dec. 9th 2030 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 18 degrees Gemini 23:28 GMT
For younger minded readers of The Daze be reassured that the years 2031 onwards are currently under review and will be featured here soon.