4 March South East Hemisphere Current Moon Phase and Planetary Positions

Current Moon Phase

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2020

Today the Moon will be in a Waxing Gibbous phase. This phase is when the moon is more than 50% illuminated but not yet a Full Moon. The phase lasts round 7 days with the moon becoming more illuminated each day until the Full Moon. During a Waxing Gibbous the moon will rise in the east in mid-afternoon and will be high in the eastern sky at sunset. The moon is then visible though most of the night sky setting a few hour before sunrise. The word Gibbous first appeared in the 14th century and has its roots in the Latin word “gibbosus” meaning humpbacked.

To give credit for where we get the daily information for these posts from:

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 Antananarivo, Madagascar, South Africa

4 March 2020
03:00 am GMT (6:00 AM EAT)
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:14 Pisces 00
Moon:29 Gemini 14
Mercury:00 Pisces 13 Rx
Venus:28 Aries 54
Mars:11 Capricorn 29
Jupiter:20 Capricorn 07
Saturn:28 Capricorn 28
Uranus:03 Taurus 49
Neptune:18 Pisces 14
Pluto:24 Capricorn 20

True Lunar Node:05 Cancer 47
Mean Lunar Node:04 Cancer 54 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):04 Aries 07

Chiron:04 Aries 07
Ceres:12 Aquarius 41
Pallas:16 Capricorn 50
Juno:19 Libra 46 Rx
Vesta:24 Taurus 13

Eris:23 Aries 28

Fire:4
Earth:7
Air:3
Water:5
Cardinal:12
Fixed:3
Mutable:4

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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