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Jupiter in Cancer



Jupiter in astrology, history & myth
Rulership: Sagittarius & Pisces

Cancer the Crab
Planetary Ruler: Moon

Jupiter enters Cancer 26-Jun-13 • enters Leo 16-Jul-14
(385 days in Cancer, 1 Rx Cycle)
℞ Zone: 10°♋26′31″ — 20°♋30′39″

Varuna discovered @ 10°♋28′43″

07-Mar-2014 @ 16:41 UTC
Jupiter 10°♋26′40″ & Varuna 24°♋52′19″Rx (14°25′39″)

Geodetic Midheaven for KLIA: Cancer 11°41′53″



Jupiter enters Rx zone @ 10°♋26′31″
130812 Jupiter         10 cn 26'30.5887   0.1991728   22°52'38.5814
130812 Sun             20 le 23'42.1166   0.9601419   14°41'13.6247
130812 Mercury          8 le  4'38.7796   1.9137307   19°13'54.3274
130812 Varuna          25 cn 46' 9.5153   0.0230818   26° 9'34.5504
130812 Malva           25 vi 12'34.4334   0.3142980    5° 7' 6.6593
130812 Peking           6 le  7'50.2216   0.4753402   23°14'14.3078
130812 Perth           16 pi 34'10.5224  -0.1232332   -9° 1'41.3043
130812 Kronos           8 cn  8'13.7851   0.0128127   23°12' 0.4491
130812 Vulcanus        28 cn  0' 4.9758   0.0129470   20°34'13.4980
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Jupiter 0°2′12″ from Varnua 2000 Degree

Jupiter ☌ Varuna 2000 Discovery Degree
130813 Jupiter         10 cn 28'42.7626   0.1989630   22°52'29.1636
130813 Mercury          8 le 25'51.6518   1.9204031   19° 9'55.1916
130813 Venus           25 vi 51'14.1170   1.1877404    2°27'55.7851
130813 Mars            20 cn 20'43.9191   0.6525701   22°42'19.9167
130813 Varuna          25 cn 46'24.8328   0.0230566   26° 9'32.7667
130813 Malva           25 vi 16' 3.1568   0.3144203    5° 5'31.3435
130813 Peking           6 le 13' 5.8256   0.4753257   23°12'51.8054
130813 Perth           16 pi 32'48.2106  -0.1247074   -9° 3' 6.2023

Jupiter Retrograde @ 20°♋30′39″℞
131107 Jupiter         20 cn 30'39.1368  -0.0000000   21°51'56.7890
131107 Mars            13 vi 17'51.9903   0.5700778    8° 3'12.6099
131107 Pluto            9 cp 33'32.3779   0.0231183  -20°13'55.3099
131107 Chiron           9 pi 11'39.1321  -0.0118523   -3°15'36.7196
131107 Varuna          26 cn 44'40.5007  -0.0040626   26°11'49.5955
131107 Malva           22 li 57' 1.1143   0.3080120   -6°50'29.2439
131107 Peking          15 vi 36'17.4723   0.4190162    9°45'55.8306
131107 Perth           10 pi  5'38.5890   0.2394261  -13°56'56.9016

Jupiter Rx ☌ Varuna 2000 Discovery Degree
140301 Jupiter         10 cn 28'42.7626  -0.0156284   23°15'31.7275
140301 Venus           26 cp 40' 7.0646   0.7779739  -16°34'18.3937
140301 Pluto           13 cp  5' 9.7512   0.0216660  -20° 7'12.0429
140301 Varuna          24 cn 56'39.7699  -0.0130927   26°41'59.6324
140301 Malva           15 sc  8'45.7124  -0.0010245  -15°26'43.9752
140301 Peking           8 li 40'15.9086  -0.1645285   -0°46' 1.1291
140301 Perth            3 ta 10'23.7413   0.5552796    8°57'20.2892

Jupiter Direct @ 10°♋26′31″D
140306 Jupiter         10 cn 26'30.5887   0.0000000   23°16' 4.4501
140306 Pluto           13 cp 10'59.2068   0.0196404  -20° 6'45.3955
140306 Varuna          24 cn 53'10.6009  -0.0116070   26°42'26.7872
140306 Malva           15 sc  5'17.7544  -0.0235519  -15°30' 0.8205
140306 Peking           7 li 49'26.6542  -0.1951177   -0°38'18.9341
140306 Perth            5 ta 47' 7.1856   0.5562881    9°54'52.9011

Jupiter Direct ☌ Varuna 2000 Discovery Degree
140311 Jupiter         10 cn 28'42.7626   0.0154844   23°16'15.4680
140311 Moon            19 cn  5'39.3304  11.8548320   17° 2' 4.4892
140311 Pluto           13 cp 16'15.1230   0.0174895  -20° 6'21.0172
140311 Varuna          24 cn 50' 6.4441  -0.0100510   26°42'47.2670
140311 Malva           14 sc 55'25.1823  -0.0461172  -15°31'39.4277
140311 Peking           6 li 50'25.1756  -0.2204161   -0°28'32.4614
140311 Perth            8 ta 24'51.5364   0.5567408   10°51'10.1825
140311 Poseidon        11 sc 21'22.8401  -0.0059947  -15°14'44.2464
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Perth 0°17′16″ from Varuna 1954 Discovery Degree

Jupiter exits Rx zone @ 20°♋30′39″
140601 Jupiter         20 cn 30'39.1368   0.1958203   22°11'52.9244
140601 Moon            25 cn 46'17.5609  11.9745503   15°56' 3.9421
140601 Pluto           13 cp  3'18.2627  -0.0202316  -20° 9'39.3904
140601 Varuna          25 cn 15' 3.0101   0.0188478   26°32'57.7244
140601 Malva            2 sc 40'40.8367  -0.1088198  -13°13' 2.2632
140601 Peking          28 vi 45'53.2187   0.1744022   -1°21'49.6143
140601 Perth           23 ge 33'58.0725   0.5284350   21° 6'28.1341
 • Jupiter signifies the opposite principle to Mercury, as illustrated by the fact that Mercury is weak in Jupiter's own signs (Sagittarius and Pisces) and Jupiter is weak in Mercury's signs (Gemini and Virgo). Mercury rules details and the smaller picture, whereas Jupiter rules the grand scheme of things. As the king of the gods, Jupiter's main characteristic is largeness and its nature is to enlarge and expand. —Joanna Watters, Introducing Jupiter

 • …as Jupiter transits Cancer, the sign of its exaltation, it will negotiate a square from rule-buster Uranus, a trine from Neptune in Pisces, and an opposition from shape-shifting Pluto, the facilitator of transformation at depth. It's important to remember that no matter how deeply we delve into an analysis of a specific astrological factor, we must keep in mind that no planetary entity works as a solo agent. —Sioux Rose, Jupiter's Transit of Cancer and You

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Trojaner Daß die Lagrangepunkte
Jupiter Trojan
L4 point = 3898 | L5 point = 2049

 • During the past century the Trojan asteroids were the topic of many studies of their orbital dynamics and stability. In recent years it has been possible to perform extensive numerical simulations of the motion of these asteroids and thus also to investigate the size and structure of the stability region around the Lagrangian points. The aim of this work is to find new numerical estimates of the size and shape of the stability region. Additionally, the problem of the asymmetry between the two Trojan groups (there seem to be more asteroids in L4 than in L5) is investigated. …We find both that there is a "critical" eccentricity of e=0.15 that plays an important role in the dynamics of Trojan asteroids and influences the structure of the stability regions and that the region of the small amplitudes… is larger for L4 due to the influence of Saturn and thus the L4 group of Trojans seems to be more stable than the L5 group. —F. Freistetter, The size of the stability regions of Jupiter Trojans

 • Freistetter (2006) reports that Jupiter's L4 region contains more Trojans than the L5 region (1121 vs. 885 as of March 6, 2006), and explains this discrepancy by invoking the presence of Saturn as an extra stabilizing mechanism for the L4 region. —Dimitri George Veras, The Orbital Evolution of Extrasolar Planets After Formation

 • Our numerical simulations of the new capture model, hereafter jump capture, satisfactorily reproduce the orbital distribution of the Trojans and their total mass. The jump capture is potentially capable of explaining the observed asymmetry in the number of leading and trailing Trojans. —Nesvorný, Vokrouhlický, Morbidelli, Capture of Trojans by Jumping Jupiter (PDF) • Jumping-Jupiter Scenario