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827 Retrograde Planets

{ArtCharts 2005/06 Retrograde Planet Calendar}
{CafeAstrology Retrograde Cycles & Stations}

PLUTO retrograde on 827 List; goes direct 02-Sep on Cycle #02 :: 08-Sep-2005 to 19-Sep-2005.

 • RETROGRADE: 27-Mar-05 in Sagittare 24°30'53.1590" @ 02:28:239000UT (827 List).
 • DIRECT: 02-Sep-05 in Sagittare 21°49'28.2072" @ 10:51:099168UT (Cycle #02).
 • RETURN: 21-Dec-05 in Sagittare 24°30'53.1590" @ 20:51:570922UT (Cycle #11).

 • RETROGRADE: 29-Mar-2006 in Sagittare 26°45'18.8001" @ 12:40:004560UT (Cycle #19).
 • DIRECT: 04-Sep-2006 in Sagittare 24°4'39.4388" @ 23:20:541465UT (Cycle #32).
 • RETURN: 24-Dec-2006 in Sagittare 26°45'18.8001" @ 14:20:093232UT (Cycle #41).

MARS direct on 827 List; goes retrograde 01-Oct on Cycle #04 :: 03-Oct-2005 to 14-Oct-2005

 • RETROGRADE: 01-Oct-05 in Taurus 23°22'20.3745" @ 22:03:387271UT (Cycle #04).
 • DIRECT: 09-Dec-05 in Taurus 8°14'32.2870" @ 04:03:288992UT (Cycle #10).
 • RETURN: 03-Feb-06 in Taurus 23°22'20.3745" @ 23:17:038338UT (Cycle #14).

NEPTUNE retrograde on 827 List; goes direct 26-Oct on Cycle #06 :: 27-Oct-2005 to 07-Nov-2005.

 • RETROGRADE: 19-May-05 in Aquarius 17°36'12.7124" @ 23:35:455611UT (827 List).
 • DIRECT: 26-Oct-05 in Aquarius 14°49'0.8315" @ 23:23:515190UT (Cycle #06).
 • RETURN: 14-Feb-06 in Aquarius 17°36'12.7124" @ 15:06:123123UT (Cycle #15).

MERCURY direct on 827 List; goes retrograde 14-Nov on Cycle #07 :: 08-Nov-2005 to 19-Nov-2005.

 • RETROGRADE: 14-Nov-05 in Sagittare 10°56'12.8408" @ 05:42:282581UT (Cycle #07).
 • DIRECT: 04-Dec-05 in Sagittare 24°44'16.6253" @ 02:22:979887UT (Cycle #09).
 • RETURN: 21-Dec-05 in Sagittare 10°56'12.8408" @ 18:27:035727UT (Cycle #10).

 • RETROGRADE: 02-Mar-06 in Pisces 26°55'28.0056" @ 20:29:049358UT (Cycle #16).
 • DIRECT: 25-Mar-06 in Pisces 13°10'52.1165" @ 13:41:714430UT (Cycle #18).
 • RETURN: 14-Apr-06 in Pisces 26°55'28.0056" @ 01:30:469391UT (Cycle #20).

URANUS retrograde on 827 List; goes direct 16-Nov on Cycle #08 :: 20-Nov-2005 to 01-Dec-2005.

 • RETROGRADE: 14-Jun-05 in Pisces 10°45'52.6362" @ 22:37:432989UT (827 List).
 • DIRECT: 16-Nov-05 in Pisces 6°50'34.4133" @ 00:08:071675UT (Cycle #08).
 • RETURN: 02-Mar-06 in Pisces 10°45'52.6362" @ 06:05:184115UT (Cycle #17).

SATURN direct on 827 List; goes retrograde 22-Nov on Cycle #08 :: 20-Nov-2005 to 01-Dec-2005.

 • RETROGRADE: 22-Nov-05 in Leo 11°18'40.1591" @ 09:00:502700UT (Cycle #08).
 • DIRECT: 05-Apr-06 in Leo 4°22'31.3700" @ 12:54:198666UT (Cycle #19).
 • RETURN: 10-Jul-06 in Leo 11°18'40.1591" @ 10:39:183138UT (Cycle #24).

VENUS direct on 827 List; goes retrograde 24-Dec on Cycle #10 :: 14-Dec-2005 to 26-Dec-2005.

 • RETROGRADE: 24-Dec-05 in Aquarius 1°28'0.6081" @ 09:36:280456UT (Cycle #10).
 • DIRECT: 03-Feb-06 in Aquarius 16°1'18.9394" @ 09:18:408662UT (Cycle #14).
 • RETURN: 07-Mar-06 in Aquarius 1°28'0.6081" @ 04:22:596785UT (Cycle #16).

JUPITER direct on 827 List; goes retrograde 04-Mar on Cycle #16 :: 25-Feb-2006 to 08-Mar-2006.

 • RETROGRADE: 04-Mar-2006 in Scorpio 18°51'41.9429" @ 18:02:128570UT (Cycle #16).
 • DIRECT: 06-Jul-2006 in Scorpio 8°58'42.7150" @ 07:18:307355UT (Cycle #27).
 • RETURN: 02-Oct-2006 in Scorpio 18°51'41.9429" @ 21:11:331507UT (Cycle #34).

2006 Solar & Lunar Eclipses

 • Penumbral Lunar Eclipse: 2006 Mar 14

The first lunar eclipse of 2006 is a deep penumbral event best visible from Europe and Africa. First and last penumbral contacts occur at 21:22 UT and 02:14 UT (Mar 15), respectively. The Moon's path through Earth's penumbra as well as a map showing worldwide visibility of the event is shown in Figure 1 ... This particular event is unusual since it is a total penumbral eclipse. The whole Moon will lie completely within the penumbral shadow from 23:18 UT to 00:18 UT (Mar 15). According to Belgian eclipse expert Jean Meeus [1997] this is one of only five such events during the 21st century. Greatest eclipse occurs at 23:48 UT with a penumbral magnitude of 1.0565.

 • Total Solar Eclipse: 2006 Mar 29

The year's first solar eclipse occurs on Wednesday, March 29. A total eclipse will be visible from within a narrow corridor, which traverses half the Earth. The path of the Moon's umbral shadow begins in Brazil and extends across the Atlantic, northern Africa, and central Asia, where it ends at sunset in western Mongolia [fig2|fig3]. The central eclipse track begins in eastern Brazil, where the Moon's umbral shadow first touches down on Earth at 08:36 UT. Along the sunrise terminator, the duration is 1 minute 53 seconds from the center of the 129-kilometre wide path. Traveling over 9 km/s, the umbra quickly leaves Brazil and races across the Atlantic Ocean (with no landfall) for the next half hour. After crossing the equator, the Moon's shadow enters the Gulf of Guinea and encounters the coast of Ghana at 09:08 UT. The Sun stands 44° above the eastern horizon during the 3 minute 24 second total phase. The path width has expanded to 184 kilometres while the shadow's ground speed has decreased to 0.958 km/s. Located about 50 kilometres south of the central line, the 1.7 million inhabitants of Ghana's capital city Accra can expect a total eclipse lasting 2 minute 58 seconds (09:11 UT) ... The instant of greatest eclipse[1] occurs at 10:11:18 UT when the axis of the Moon's shadow passes closest to the center of Earth (gamma[2] = +0.384). Totality reaches its maximum duration of 4 minutes 7 seconds, the Sun's altitude is 67°, the path width is 184 kilometres and the umbra's velocity is 0.697 km/s. Continuing on a northeastern course, the umbra crosses central Libya and reaches the Mediterranean coast at 10:40 UT. Northwestern Egypt also lies within the umbral path where the central duration is 3 minutes 58 seconds. [info|saros|local]

 • Partial Lunar Eclipse: 2006 Sep 07
 • Annular Solar Eclipse: 2006 Sep 22
 • Transit of Mercury: 2006 Nov 08

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