February 15 W. H. (in N. H) Current Moon Phase and Planetary Positions

Current Moon Phase

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2020

Today the Moon will be in a Third Quarter phase. Sometimes called a Last Quarter Moon, this phase occurs roughly 3 weeks after the New Moon when the earth is three quarter of the way through it’s orbit around the earth. If you live in the northern hemisphere the Moons left side will be illuminated and the right side dark. For thoughts of you in the southern hemisphere it will be the opposite with the right side illuminated. On the day of the Third Quarter phase the Moon will rise around midnight on the eastern horizon and set in the west around noon the next day. In the days following the Third Quarter Phase the Moon’s illumination will decrees each day until the New Moon.

From Moongiant.com

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born.

Custom Planetary Positions

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Los Angeles, California, USA

February 15, 2020
02:00 pm GMT (6:00 AM PST)
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:26 Aquarius 21
Moon:21 Scorpio 57
Mercury:12 Pisces 42
Venus:09 Aries 02
Mars:29 Sagittarius 23
Jupiter:16 Capricorn 45
Saturn:26 Capricorn 41
Uranus:03 Taurus 11
Neptune:17 Pisces 35
Pluto:23 Capricorn 52

True Lunar Node:07 Cancer 13 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:05 Cancer 50 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):02 Aries 10

Chiron:03 Aries 11
Ceres:05 Aquarius 59
Pallas:10 Capricorn 47
Juno:21 Libra 30 Rx
Vesta:19 Taurus 06

Eris:23 Aries 20

Fire:5
Earth:6
Air:3
Water:5
Cardinal:11
Fixed:5
Mutable:3

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link

Currentplanetarypositions.com

To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link

For Your Local Time and Date

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