All Planets Visible

All Planets Visible - Michael MamasTomorrow (Thursday, January 26) before sunrise, Moon will be visible with Mercury about 5 degrees above it in the eastern sky. At the same time, Jupiter will be overhead about 15 degrees east of directly over head. Saturn will be between Jupiter and Mercury about 19 degrees above Mercury and about 60 degrees away from Jupiter. Best time to view is around 6:30 a.m.

Then, in the evening after sunset, Venus and Mars will be visible in the western sky with Mars about 5 degrees above Venus.

Also, the long awaited transit of Saturn out of Scorpio occurs around 9:00 a.m., a couple hours after sunrise. However, Saturn’s influence is said to be sort of like a grease ball, so the influence will somewhat remain for a couple weeks longer.

February 10, there will be an eclipse which is considered a bad influence but, after that time, say in March, things should get much better. Of course, exactly how all this effects the individual is a function of their own chart.

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  1. Well, now, there’s a vivid metaphor I have not heard before: Saturn, the grease ball… “Dirty rag” and “black velvet,” I have heard used here about Saturn, before…Also fun ones!