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Venus-Jupiter Conjunction 14-Mar-2012 @ 05:54 UT



Venus-Jupiter Conjunction 14-Mar-2012 @ 05:54 UT
LA - Tuesday, 13-Mar-2012 @ 10:54 PM PDT (UTC-7)
NY - Wednesday, 14-Mar-2012 @ 1:54 AM EDT (UTC-4)
Sabian: 9-10° Taurus A Red Cross Nurse



Venus-Jupiter Conjunction

"Venus and Jupiter are like two lanterns illuminating the darkness," says Nikodem. "It's a wonderful sight."

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Lyman series • Lyman-α Line


AQ 193 = LYMAN-ALPHA = DICTÆAN JOVE.

AQ 188 = LOCAL CLOUD (SWAN observation principle) = LYCÆAN JOVE.

AQ 194 = COMET SWAN = NAMING BEST.

AQ 217 = 1216 ANGSTROMS = IS NEUTRAL H (SWAN observation principle).

AQ 1216 = DEAR SANTA, SEND US EIGHT BILLION DOLLARS AND WE PROMISE TO BE GOOD ALL YEAR.

OCTAL 5807 = DEAR SANTA, SEND US EIGHT BILLION DOLLARS AND WE PROMISE TO BE GOOD ALL YEAR = MY MAGICAL WORK WAS PUSHED INTO THE BACKGROUND BY THE ARRIVAL OF ECKENSTEIN = TO MEET US WHERE WE ARE, AND TREAT US WHERE WE OUGHT TO BE.

 

 
Here's what's interesting to me about this comet, and we can't lose sight of this fact: until now, we had never seen a Kreutz-group comet in SOHO/SWAN data. That included Comet Lovejoy. Something fundamentally different happened with this comet that we have not seen in ~1,900 similar objects over the past 17-years. SWAN has a huge field of view and produces tiny images from that, so for something to show up in that data it needs to be both big and bright, and have a particularly strong presence of hydrogen (or Lyman-alpha, to be exact). This comet does not appear to be huge, is not extraordinarily bright, and doesn't appear to have an extended gassy/dust coma or any other feature that would lead to such a strong signal in the SOHO/SWAN data.


AQ 7089 = ITS INFORMAL NAME IS COMET SWAN, NAMED AFTER THE [S]OLAR [W]IND [AN]ISOTROPIES INSTRUMENT ON THE ESA/NASA SOHO SATELLITE IN WHICH THE COMET WAS FIRST DETECTED. IT DOES NOT HAVE A FORMAL NAME YET BECAUSE WE HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO GET A GOOD ENOUGH VIEW OF IT IN ORDER TO CALCULATE AN ORBIT. ALL WE KNOW IS THAT IT IS A KREUTZ-GROUP COMET, IT IS A VERY BRIGHT ONE, AND IT WILL REACH THE SUN'S OUTER ATMOSPHERE WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS (Comet SWAN) = WE TRAVELLED INSTANTLY TO A ROOM THAT HAD BEEN DARKENED, BUT WHICH HELD A LARGE SPHERE THAT GLOWED WITH A SOFT LIGHT. INSIDE THE SPHERE I SAW WHAT APPEARED TO BE A COMPLETE MODEL OF THE LOCAL UNIVERSE, WITH THE STARS ALL IN THEIR PROPER RELATIONS, AND THE EARTH AT THE CENTER. IT WAS WORKING IN REAL-TIME, SO NO MOTIONS WERE VISIBLE, BUT IT SEEMED AS IF ADJUSTMENTS WERE MADE SO THAT EVERYTHING ALWAYS FOCUSED ON EARTH AS THE CENTER (Touring the Earth Tablet).

Florence Nightingale


FLORENCE {17SC50℞} 188°16'35" from JUP-VEN CONJUNCTION {09TA34} @ EON-19 (Phase Arc 180° ~ Opposition) Repolarization, Universal Sphere, Line of Awareness, Tensile Power § KEYNOTE: The efflorescence of qualities developed throughout the waxing hemicycle and their repolarization to a new level featuring the rise of intentional, shared, and purposeful activity § DYNAMIC: the universal context and ones place and purpose within it • SABIAN: 17-18° Scorpio - A Path Through Woods Brilliant With Multicolored Splendor • Florence OOB at -40°59' • Florence exactly opposite Jupiter-Venus conjuction on 20-Apr-2012 @ 21:56UT & 23-Aug-2012 @ 22:11UT (note during ℞ Florence's southern declination increases to -45°54', and during return decreases to -34°33').

Florence :: retrograde on 10-Mar-2012 @ 07:57UT • direct on 20-Jun-2012 @ 11:34UT • return 09-Sep-2012 @ 04:38UT.

Florence declinations & closest approach :: most extreme declination 04-Dec-2017 & closest approach on 01-Sep-2017 @ 12:04UT.

Tags: aq536, comet, conjunction, florence, fovea, jupiter, soho, swan, venus, zkr
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