When The Moon Moves Outside of the Boundaries of Ordinary Reality

At Chimney Rock a new Kiva was built every 19 years. It wasn’t until Kim Malville recognized the 19 year Lunar Standstill when the Moon rose between the chimneys did it start to make sense why these kivas were being built 19 years apart as a to honor and celebrate the NEW energy transmission from the Moon to the Earth. Each kiva was built with its own powerful intention as a way to co-create with Great Mystery to align with the NEW mysteries reaching their maximum expression every 19 years.

Across the pond, the Standing Stones of Callanish Scoland were designed to capture when the Moon walks the land every 19 years captured in this ancient saying:

When the Moon walks the land, at the calling of the cuckoo, the Shining Ones will return. (Sometimes this is quoted as a singular Shining One, not plural as in Shining Ones).

Shamanic cultures around the world have left us powerful reminders of the Lunar Standstill being a time to create a mythic re-enactment of this rare cosmological event. These stories and ceremonies come from a direct expereince of the importance of the Lunar Standstill that was largely lost and we are now re-membering.

When we engage these remarkable events  through ceremony we are helping to source and co-create the new expressions of reality emerging in our collective pysche during the Lunar Standstill time when the Earth connects with the Sky and the Sky with the Earth.

Humans have collectively participated with these intiation cycles over eons of time. We are in the process of bringing back into our awareness the importance of these timings – working once again with how the universe, the cosmos, the greater reality, or whatever we choose to call it, responds to our intentional interaction with these cycles.

Ancient Cultures and the Lunar Standstill

The Lunar Cycle differs from the Solar cycle in several unique and noteworthy ways. For example, the Sun returns to the same place on the horizon each year and helps us to determine the seasonal cycles in a predicatable way. The Moon takes 19 years to return to the same spot on the same date on the horizon.

Margaret Curtis along with her husband Ron, studied the Callanish Stones over many decades living close to these stone circles since 1974. Margaret and Ron are no longer with us but their writings including Callanish: The Stones, the Moon and the Sacred Landscape : Maximising the Symbolic and Dramatic Potential of the Landscape at Callanish (published in 1994 and updated in 2009) are an important remembering worth noting:

The Sun always rises on the east horizon. The Sun always sets on the west horizon. The rise and set positions mirror each other around a north-south axis.

In the long summer days, the sunrises and sets in the northeast and sets in the northwest. This pattern repeats year in, year out.

The Moon also rises on the east horizon. The Moon sets on the west horizon The rise and set positions mirror each other about a north-south axis

But whereas the Sun takes a year to move from the midsummer NE/NW path to the midwinter SE/SW path, and back, the Moon takes only a month to move from its long NE/NW path to its SE/SW path and back.

Furthermore, the size of the Moon’s monthly swing across the horizon gradually varies: – from a small swing (smaller than those of the Sun) nearly S/SE to S/SW – the south extreme: to a big swing – nearly N/NE to N/NW – the north extreme: then back again. This pattern of small to big to small swing repeats itself about every 18 ½ years.

The Callanish standing stone sites are located in a limited area where 2 ranges of hills relate to the rise and set of the Moon at its rate south extreme every 18 ½ years.

The farther one travels north in latitude, the greater is the extreme of the Sun rise or set north or south of due east or west, at the solstices. At Callanish, the Sun rises over 50 degrees north of east at midsummer (30-40 degrees in the United States). Each solstice the Sun predictably rises in the same place.

The Moon’s orbit is inclined five degrees and eight minutes from the ecliptic (the Earth’s ecliptic is tilted 23 ½ degrees away from the Sun). Thus, over a 19 year cycle, the Moon may rise or set as much as five degrees and eight minutes beyond where the Sun is on either side of the ecliptic.

The Moon has a slow cycle that oscillates to its maximum and minimum locations every 18.61 years. The great Scottish archeoastronomer Alexander Thom, coined the expression – “major standstill” and “minor standstill” to mark these stations.

These terms are analogous to the commonly understood concept of the solstices relative to the Sun’s cycle that happens every year. **

The last two major standstills of the Moon were in 1987 and 2006 and the last minor standstill occurred from 1996-1997 and 2015-2016.

Geomantic Moon Magic (Geomantic in this context is defined as intentionally connecting with sacred sites/structures around significant cosmic events and co-creating with Great Mystery)

In recent years, mainstream archeology and archeoastronomy has begun to realize that ancient peoples were not only aware of, but also worked ceremonial magic with the Lunar Standstill cycles. Alexander Thom, awakened our awareness when he wrote his first of its kind book: Megalithic Lunar Observatories in 1968-1969 based on his field research conducted during the 68-69 Major Lunar Standstill – prior to 1987 Lunar Standstill. It is interesting to note that the 1987 Lunar Standstill coincided with the Harmonic Convergence.

Thom discovered many stone circles and stone rows throughout Scotland located around 57-59 degrees North latitude that were related to these extreme lunar cycles including the east coast of Scotland near Aberdeen with many recumbent stone circles. These circle have a massive stone altar that to this day acts like a MOON altar during the Lunar Standstill when the Moon rolls across these stone altars during the time when the Moon is in its southern extreme.

We know ancient cultures understood how the Moon was connected to monthly planting cycles, high and low tides, eclipses, reproductive cycles, and time when births were most likely to occur. What we are remembering now is how these cultures also understood every 19 years a cultural rebirth occurred with extra potent ceremonial significance.

As we approach the next Lunar Standstill it might be useful to ask:

How can we ceremonially engage this significant rebirth time to bring forth through us and within us a new relationship between the Earth and the Moon teaching us more about our relationship with the cycles and rhythms of Earth and Sky?

How are we celebrating the powerful connection of the Moon as it relates to the Earth at the 19 year Lunar Standstill?

What are the best ways (ceremonially and intentionally) to honor this sacred time?

It turns out the Moon at its Southern Extreme…

Literally the Moon when it is at its Southern Extreme is passing over Galactic Center beaming transmissions directly from what the Mayan’s referred to as Hunab Ku (the giver of all movement and measure from the center of our Galaxy).

So on a monthly basis the Moon is occulting the Center of our Galaxy during the years of the Lunar Extreme when in late Sagittarius to early Capricorn. Galactic Center is currently located at 27 Sagittarius increasing 1 degree every 72 years due to precession of the seasonal signs through the stellar backdrop.

The physically observed location of Galactic Center is below the Ecliptic (or path of the Sun and planets). This means the Sun never crosses directly over Galactic Center. AND the only time the Moon can be found directly over Galactic Center is during the Lunar Standstill when the Moon exceeds 28 degrees south declination. This occurs every month during the time of the Lunar Standstill. (see table below)

When the Moon is at it’s Northern extreme it crosses the Galactic Edge now located around 27 Gemini.

Standstill Seasons Center point is when the North Node reaches Zero Aries. These dates are calculated for Mountain time:

1913 June 05
1931 December 27
1950 July 25
1969 April 18
1987 December 01
2006 June 21
2025 January 11
2043 August 18

 

The next Center Point when the North Node reaches Zero Aries is January 11, 2025.

The Moon is found Out Side the Boundaries of the Sun for about 4 to 5 years before and after the exact center point but doesn’t reach beyond 28 degrees until about two or three years before and after the exact date. (See table below).

Ceremonial Applications

As mentioned sites such as Callanish (in Northern Scotland) are physically aligned to capture the Moon’s Southern extreme so the Full Moons that are closest to Summer Solstice are the most visually powerful. The Full or near Full Moons occuring on June 11-12, 2006 and July 8-9-10, 2006 produced the most dramatic Moon Walk experience.

Other sites, like Chimney Rock in Southern Colorado, are oriented towards the Northern extreme and so the most visually impressive experience is the Full Moon closest to the December Solstice.

December 07, 2022: Full Moon in Gemini
January 06, 2023: Full Moon in Cancer
December 26, 2023: Full Moon in Cancer
Dec 15, 2024: Full Moon in Gemini
Dec 05, 2025: Full Moon in Gemini
January 02, 2026: Full Moon in Cancer

Remember: Anytime during the Lunar Standstill years when the Moon is near 0 degrees Cancer or 0 degrees Capricorn we can not only witness the Moon near its Standstill point but we can also engage the geomantic magic through ceremony that honors the uniqueness of this time and the birthing of a new reality through our intention and attention. AND SO IT IS!

Table of the Out of Bounds Moon below the Video!

2022 Moon Out of Bounds

Mar 10 2022 14°Ge32′ +24°14′
Mar 11 2022 26°Ge21′ +26°02′
Mar 12 2022 08°Cn11′ +26°40′
Mar 13 2022 20°Cn08′ +26°03′
Mar 14 2022 02°Le16′ +24°13′

Mar 24 2022 17°Sg05′ -24°50′
Mar 25 2022 01°Cp14′ -26°34′
Mar 26 2022 15°Cp22′ -26°33′
Mar 27 2022 29°Cp27′ -24°50′

Apr 07 2022 22°Ge21′ +25°46′
Apr 08 2022 04°Cn11′ +26°48′
Apr 09 2022 16°Cn02′ +26°36′
Apr 10 2022 27°Cn59′ +25°11′

Apr 20 2022 13°Sg10′ -24°12′
Apr 21 2022 27°Sg40′ -26°26′
Apr 22 2022 12°Cp04′ -26°52′
Apr 23 2022 26°Cp18′ -25°30′

May 04 2022 18°Ge35′ +25°16′
May 05 2022 00°Cn27′ +26°41′
May 06 2022 12°Cn16′ +26°53′
May 07 2022 24°Cn07′ +25°51′

May 18 2022 22°Sg30′ -25°52′
May 19 2022 07°Cp25′ -26°57′
May 20 2022 22°Cp11′ -26°06′

May 31 2022 15°Ge15′ +24°38′
Jun 01 2022 27°Ge07′ +26°23′
Jun 02 2022 08°Cn57′ +26°56′
Jun 03 2022 20°Cn47′ +26°14′
Jun 04 2022 02°Le39′ +24°21′

Jun 14 2022 15°Sg55′ -24°46′
Jun 15 2022 01°Cp07′ -26°42′
Jun 16 2022 16°Cp20′ -26°37′
Jun 17 2022 01°Aq24′ -24°34′

Jun 27 2022 12°Ge17′ +24°02′
Jun 28 2022 24°Ge08′ +26°03′
Jun 29 2022 05°Cn58′ +26°52′
Jun 30 2022 17°Cn48′ +26°28′

Jul 01 2022 29°Cn40′ +24°51′
Jul 12 2022 24°Sg19′ -26°07′
Jul 13 2022 09°Cp29′ -26°54′
Jul 14 2022 24°Cp46′ -25°39′

Jul 25 2022 21°Ge11′ +25°45′
Jul 26 2022 03°Cn00′ +26°50′
Jul 27 2022 14°Cn50′ +26°42′
Jul 28 2022 26°Cn43′ +25°20′

Aug 08 2022 18°Sg38′ -25°28′
Aug 09 2022 03°Cp17′ -26°57′
Aug 10 2022 18°Cp13′ -26°30′
Aug 11 2022 03°Aq18′ -24°07′

Aug 21 2022 17°Ge55′ +25°27′
Aug 22 2022 29°Ge45′ +26°51′
Aug 23 2022 11°Cn35′ +27°01′
Aug 24 2022 23°Cn27′ +25°56′

Sep 04 2022 14°Sg38′ -25°00′
Sep 05 2022 28°Sg47′ -26°54′
Sep 06 2022 13°Cp10′ -27°03′
Sep 07 2022 27°Cp44′ -25°20′

Sep 17 2022 14°Ge04′ +24°59′
Sep 18 2022 26°Ge02′ +26°46′
Sep 19 2022 07°Cn54′ +27°18′
Sep 20 2022 19°Cn46′ +26°35′
Sep 21 2022 01°Le40′ +24°39′

Oct 01 2022 11°Sg31′ -24°33′
Oct 02 2022 25°Sg31′ -26°49′
Oct 03 2022 09°Cp38′ -27°22′
Oct 04 2022 23°Cp51′ -26°08′

Oct 14 2022 09°Ge44′ +24°12′
Oct 15 2022 21°Ge54′ +26°27′
Oct 16 2022 03°Cn53′ +27°25′
Oct 17 2022 15°Cn47′ +27°07′
Oct 18 2022 27°Cn39′ +25°34′

Oct 29 2022 22°Sg01′ -26°29′
Oct 30 2022 06°Cp21′ -27°29′
Oct 31 2022 20°Cp40′ -26°39′
Nov 01 2022 04°Aq54′ -24°06′

Nov 11 2022 17°Ge41′ +25°50′
Nov 12 2022 29°Ge48′ +27°15′
Nov 13 2022 11°Cn47′ +27°23′
Nov 14 2022 23°Cn40′ +26°15′

Nov 25 2022 16°Sg53′ -25°40′
Nov 26 2022 01°Cp39′ -27°20′
Nov 27 2022 16°Cp27′ -27°03′
Nov 28 2022 01°Aq08′ -24°53′

Dec 08 2022 13°Ge55′ +25°06′
Dec 09 2022 26°Ge04′ +26°54′
Dec 10 2022 08°Cn06′ +27°25′
Dec 11 2022 20°Cn02′ +26°39′
Dec 12 2022 01°Le54′ +24°40′

Dec 22 2022 10°Sg12′ -24°20′
Dec 23 2022 25°Sg05′ -26°49′
Dec 24 2022 10°Cp13′ -27°21′
Dec 25 2022 25°Cp25′ -25°51

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2023 Moon Out of Bounds

Jan 04 2023 10°Ge48′ +24°30′
Jan 05 2023 22°Ge52′ +26°34′
Jan 06 2023 04°Cn51′ +27°23′
Jan 07 2023 16°Cn47′ +26°55′
Jan 08 2023 28°Cn40′ +25°13′
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Jan 19 2023 18°Sg10′ -26°00′
Jan 20 2023 03°Cp00′ -27°24′
Jan 21 2023 18°Cp11′ -26°48′
Jan 22 2023 03°Aq32′ -24°11′
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Feb 01 2023 19°Ge56′ +26°21′
Feb 02 2023 01°Cn53′ +27°26′
Feb 03 2023 13°Cn46′ +27°14′
Feb 04 2023 25°Cn38′ +25°47′
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Feb 15 2023 12°Sg51′ -25°17′
Feb 16 2023 27°Sg00′ -27°16′
Feb 17 2023 11°Cp34′ -27°28′
Feb 18 2023 26°Cp29′ -25°43′
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Feb 28 2023 16°Ge35′ +26°04′
Mar 01 2023 28°Ge40′ +27°29′
Mar 02 2023 10°Cn36′ +27°36′
Mar 03 2023 22°Cn28′ +26°27′
Mar 04 2023 04°Le19′ +24°06′
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Mar 14 2023 09°Sg18′ -24°45′
Mar 15 2023 22°Sg59′ -27°06′
Mar 16 2023 06°Cp58′ -27°49′
Mar 17 2023 21°Cp16′ -26°43′
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Mar 27 2023 12°Ge20′ +25°28′
Mar 28 2023 24°Ge43′ +27°21′
Mar 29 2023 06°Cn52′ +27°53′
Mar 30 2023 18°Cn50′ +27°06′
Mar 31 2023 00°Le44′ +25°04′
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Apr 10 2023 06°Sg13′ -24°06′
Apr 11 2023 19°Sg53′ -26°49′
Apr 12 2023 03°Cp44′ -27°56′
Apr 13 2023 17°Cp46′ -27°16′
Apr 14 2023 01°Aq57′ -24°51′
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Apr 23 2023 07°Ge27′ +24°25′
Apr 24 2023 20°Ge09′ +26°52′
Apr 25 2023 02°Cn34′ +27°55′
Apr 26 2023 14°Cn45′ +27°34′
Apr 27 2023 26°Cn46′ +25°56′
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May 08 2023 16°Sg10′ -26°14′
May 09 2023 00°Cp16′ -27°48′
May 10 2023 14°Cp29′ -27°34′
May 11 2023 28°Cp45′ -25°31′
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May 21 2023 15°Ge37′ +26°07′
May 22 2023 28°Ge12′ +27°39′
May 23 2023 10°Cn32′ +27°47′
May 24 2023 22°Cn41′ +26°33′
May 25 2023 04°Le41′ +24°08′
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Jun 04 2023 11°Sg06′ -25°13′
Jun 05 2023 25°Sg27′ -27°25′
Jun 06 2023 10°Cp01′ -27°46′
Jun 07 2023 24°Cp41′ -26°11′
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Jun 17 2023 11°Ge47′ +25°22′
Jun 18 2023 24°Ge19′ +27°17′
Jun 19 2023 06°Cn42′ +27°49′
Jun 20 2023 18°Cn54′ +26°59′
Jun 21 2023 00°Le58′ +24°53′
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Jul 01 2023 05°Sg13′ -23°54′
Jul 02 2023 19°Sg27′ -26°44′
Jul 03 2023 04°Cp06′ -27°50′
Jul 04 2023 19°Cp01′ -26°56′
Jul 05 2023 04°Aq05′ -24°06′
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Jul 14 2023 08°Ge42′ +24°48′
Jul 15 2023 21°Ge09′ +27°00′
Jul 16 2023 03°Cn27′ +27°50′
Jul 17 2023 15°Cn37′ +27°19′
Jul 18 2023 27°Cn40′ +25°30′
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Jul 29 2023 13°Sg30′ -25°55′
Jul 30 2023 27°Sg44′ -27°43′
Jul 31 2023 12°Cp26′ -27°38′
Aug 01 2023 27°Cp29′ -25°34′
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Aug 10 2023 05°Ge46′ +24°19′
Aug 11 2023 18°Ge17′ +26°48′
Aug 12 2023 00°Cn34′ +27°55′
Aug 13 2023 12°Cn42′ +27°40′
Aug 14 2023 24°Cn43′ +26°07′
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Aug 25 2023 08°Sg45′ -25°10′
Aug 26 2023 22°Sg22′ -27°27′
Aug 27 2023 06°Cp27′ -28°04′
Aug 28 2023 21°Cp00′ -26°49′
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Sep 07 2023 14°Ge56′ +26°28′
Sep 08 2023 27°Ge26′ +27°57′
Sep 09 2023 09°Cn40′ +28°02′
Sep 10 2023 21°Cn44′ +26°46′
Sep 11 2023 03°Le40′ +24°17′
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Sep 21 2023 05°Sg21′ -24°31′
Sep 22 2023 18°Sg32′ -27°08′
Sep 23 2023 02°Cp05′ -28°14′
Sep 24 2023 16°Cp00′ -27°36′
Sep 25 2023 00°Aq18′ -25°10′
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Oct 04 2023 10°Ge29′ +25°44′
Oct 05 2023 23°Ge24′ +27°45′
Oct 06 2023 05°Cn57′ +28°17′
Oct 07 2023 18°Cn14′ +27°23′
Oct 08 2023 00°Le17′ +25°12′
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Oct 18 2023 02°Sg23′ -23°47′
Oct 19 2023 15°Sg32′ -26°43′
Oct 20 2023 28°Sg55′ -28°11′
Oct 21 2023 12°Cp33′ -27°59′
Oct 22 2023 26°Cp26′ -26°02′
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Oct 31 2023 05°Ge01′ +24°28′
Nov 01 2023 18°Ge21′ +27°08′
Nov 02 2023 01°Cn20′ +28°15′
Nov 03 2023 13°Cn57′ +27°50′
Nov 04 2023 26°Cn16′ +26°03′
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Nov 15 2023 12°Sg01′ -26°01′
Nov 16 2023 25°Sg36′ -27°55′
Nov 17 2023 09°Cp22′ -28°06′
Nov 18 2023 23°Cp18′ -26°32′
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Nov 28 2023 13°Ge05′ +26°12′
Nov 29 2023 26°Ge16′ +27°55′
Nov 30 2023 09°Cn09′ +28°04′
Dec 01 2023 21°Cn45′ +26°44′
Dec 02 2023 04°Le04′ +24°08′
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Dec 12 2023 07°Sg12′ -24°58′
Dec 13 2023 20°Sg56′ -27°24′
Dec 14 2023 04°Cp59′ -28°09′
Dec 15 2023 19°Cp15′ -27°03′
Dec 16 2023 03°Aq38′ -24°10′
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Dec 25 2023 08°Ge41′ +25°20′
Dec 26 2023 21°Ge47′ +27°30′
Dec 27 2023 04°Cn40′ +28°08′
Dec 28 2023 17°Cn21′ +27°15′
Dec 29 2023 29°Cn48′ +25°01′

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2024 Moon Out of Bounds

Jan 10 2024 29°Sg04′ -28°05′
Jan 11 2024 13°Cp27′ -27°41′
Jan 12 2024 28°Cp08′ -25°22′
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Jan 21 2024 05°Ge28′ +24°46′
Jan 22 2024 18°Ge23′ +27°13′
Jan 23 2024 01°Cn08′ +28°11′
Jan 24 2024 13°Cn42′ +27°41′
Jan 25 2024 26°Cn06′ +25°48′
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Feb 05 2024 09°Sg32′ -25°49′
Feb 06 2024 23°Sg00′ -27°51′
Feb 07 2024 06°Cp57′ -28°14′
Feb 08 2024 21°Cp23′ -26°44′
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Feb 17 2024 02°Ge23′ +24°13′
Feb 18 2024 15°Ge26′ +27°00′
Feb 19 2024 28°Ge12′ +28°17′
Feb 20 2024 10°Cn43′ +28°05′
Feb 21 2024 23°Cn03′ +26°29′
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Mar 03 2024 05°Sg18′ -25°04′
Mar 04 2024 18°Sg13′ -27°30′
Mar 05 2024 01°Cp33′ -28°28′
Mar 06 2024 15°Cp21′ -27°44′
Mar 07 2024 29°Cp36′ -25°11′
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Mar 16 2024 11°Ge41′ +26°30′
Mar 17 2024 24°Ge48′ +28°14′
Mar 18 2024 07°Cn34′ +28°25′
Mar 19 2024 20°Cn02′ +27°07′
Mar 20 2024 02°Le15′ +24°34′
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Mar 30 2024 02°Sg09′ -24°21′
Mar 31 2024 14°Sg48′ -27°05′
Apr 01 2024 27°Sg45′ -28°27′
Apr 02 2024 11°Cp03′ -28°14′
Apr 03 2024 24°Cp42′ -26°19′
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Apr 12 2024 06°Ge26′ +25°25′
Apr 13 2024 20°Ge09′ +27°50′
Apr 14 2024 03°Cn24′ +28°33′
Apr 15 2024 16°Cn16′ +27°41′
Apr 16 2024 28°Cn46′ +25°26′
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Apr 27 2024 11°Sg50′ -26°31′
Apr 28 2024 24°Sg45′ -28°13′
Apr 29 2024 07°Cp54′ -28°23′
Apr 30 2024 21°Cp18′ -26°53′
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May 09 2024 00°Ge23′ +23°50′
May 10 2024 14°Ge28′ +26°58′
May 11 2024 28°Ge11′ +28°23′
May 12 2024 11°Cn30′ +28°05
May 13 2024 24°Cn25′ +26°16′
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May 24 2024 08°Sg20′ -25°46′
May 25 2024 21°Sg23′ -27°51′
May 26 2024 04°Cp40′ -28°23′
May 27 2024 18°Cp10′ -27°15′
May 28 2024 01°Aq52′ -24°28′
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Jun 06 2024 08°Ge59′ +25°54′
Jun 07 2024 22°Ge48′ +27°57′
Jun 08 2024 06°Cn20′ +28°17′
Jun 09 2024 19°Cn32′ +26°59′
Jun 10 2024 02°Le23′ +24°16′
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Jun 20 2024 04°Sg00′ -24°48′
Jun 21 2024 17°Sg04′ -27°19′
Jun 22 2024 00°Cp29′ -28°20′
Jun 23 2024 14°Cp10′ -27°39′
Jun 24 2024 28°Cp06′ -25°15′
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Jul 03 2024 04°Ge40′ +25°01′
Jul 04 2024 18°Ge18′ +27°31′
Jul 05 2024 01°Cn45′ +28°21′
Jul 06 2024 14°Cn57′ +27°33′
Jul 07 2024 27°Cn54′ +25°15′
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Jul 18 2024 12°Sg06′ -26°40′
Jul 19 2024 25°Sg21′ -28°14′
Jul 20 2024 09°Cp01′ -28°09′
Jul 21 2024 23°Cp02′ -26°17′
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Jul 30 2024 01°Ge26′ +24°24′
Jul 31 2024 14°Ge54′ +27°12′
Aug 01 2024 28°Ge11′ +28°25′
Aug 02 2024 11°Cn14′ +28°00′
Aug 03 2024 24°Cn05′ +26°05′
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Aug 14 2024 07°Sg18′ -25°55′
Aug 15 2024 20°Sg09′ -27°58′
Aug 16 2024 03°Cp26′ -28°32′
Aug 17 2024 17°Cp10′ -27°22′
Aug 18 2024 01°Aq21′ -24°27′
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Aug 27 2024 11°Ge52′ +26°52′
Aug 28 2024 25°Ge11′ +28°26′
Aug 29 2024 08°Cn13′ +28°22′
Aug 30 2024 21°Cn00′ +26°47′
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Sep 10 2024 03°Sg21′ -25°08′
Sep 11 2024 15°Sg47′ -27°34′
Sep 12 2024 28°Sg34′ -28°39′
Sep 13 2024 11°Cp46′ -28°08′
Sep 14 2024 25°Cp24′ -25°57′
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Sep 23 2024 07°Ge58′ +26°13′
Sep 24 2024 21°Ge42′ +28°17′
Sep 25 2024 05°Cn02′ +28°37′
Sep 26 2024 18°Cn00′ +27°22′
Sep 27 2024 00°Le37′ +24°44′
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Oct 07 2024 00°Sg13′ -24°21′
Oct 08 2024 12°Sg27′ -27°04′
Oct 09 2024 24°Sg55′ -28°30′
Oct 10 2024 07°Cp40′ -28°29′
Oct 11 2024 20°Cp45′ -26°53′
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Oct 20 2024 02°Ge22′ +24°53′
Oct 21 2024 16°Ge44′ +27°41′
Oct 22 2024 00°Cn40′ +28°39′
Oct 23 2024 14°Cn07′ +27°51′
Oct 24 2024 27°Cn07′ +25°32′
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Nov 04 2024 09°Sg33′ -26°27′
Nov 05 2024 21°Sg58′ -28°12′
Nov 06 2024 04°Cp36′ -28°31′
Nov 07 2024 17°Cp27′ -27°19′
Nov 08 2024 00°Aq34′ -24°36′
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Nov 17 2024 10°Ge20′ +26°34′
Nov 18 2024 24°Ge47′ +28°21′
Nov 19 2024 08°Cn49′ +28°14′
Nov 20 2024 22°Cn23′ +26°23′
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Dec 01 2024 06°Sg15′ -25°43′
Dec 02 2024 18°Sg47′ -27°47′
Dec 03 2024 01°Cp31′ -28°27′
Dec 04 2024 14°Cp28′ -27°34′
Dec 05 2024 27°Cp36′ -25°09′
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Dec 14 2024 04°Ge01′ +25°15′
Dec 15 2024 18°Ge29′ +27°46′
Dec 16 2024 02°Cn44′ +28°24′
Dec 17 2024 16°Cn39′ +27°13′
Dec 18 2024 00°Le11′ +24°26′
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Dec 28 2024 02°Sg10′ -24°52′
Dec 29 2024 14°Sg42′ -27°19′
Dec 30 2024 27°Sg30′ -28°24′
Dec 31 2024 10°Cp35′ -27°55′
Jan 01 2025 23°Cp54′ -25°51′

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2025 Moon Out of Bounds

Jan 10 2025 29°Ta20′ +24°13′
Jan 11 2025 13°Ge27′ +27°12′
Jan 12 2025 27°Ge27′ +28°26′
Jan 13 2025 11°Cn16′ +27°52′
Jan 14 2025 24°Cn52′ +25°38′
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Jan 25 2025 10°Sg01′ -26°43′
Jan 26 2025 22°Sg38′ -28°18′
Jan 27 2025 05°Cp36′ -28°22′
Jan 28 2025 18°Cp55′ -26°50′
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Feb 07 2025 09°Ge59′ +26°48′
Feb 08 2025 23°Ge43′ +28°26′
Feb 09 2025 07°Cn17′ +28°19′
Feb 10 2025 20°Cn39′ +26°33′
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Feb 21 2025 05°Sg35′ -26°01′
Feb 22 2025 17°Sg52′ -28°01′
Feb 23 2025 00°Cp27′ -28°40′
Feb 24 2025 13°Cp25′ -27°47′
Feb 25 2025 26°Cp47′ -25°17′
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Mar 06 2025 06°Ge45′ +26°18′
Mar 07 2025 20°Ge38′ +28°20′
Mar 08 2025 04°Cn13′ +28°36′
Mar 09 2025 17°Cn31′ +27°12′
Mar 10 2025 00°Le32′ +24°21′
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Mar 20 2025 01°Sg51′ -25°12′
Mar 21 2025 13°Sg53′ -27°34′
Mar 22 2025 26°Sg08′ -28°40′
Mar 23 2025 08°Cp39′ -28°19′
Mar 24 2025 21°Cp31′ -26°28′
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Apr 02 2025 02°Ge11′ +25°16′
Apr 03 2025 16°Ge37′ +27°55′
Apr 04 2025 00°Cn40′ +28°41′
Apr 05 2025 14°Cn18′ +27°40′
Apr 06 2025 27°Cn31′ +25°07′
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Apr 16 2025 28°Sc42′ -24°20′
Apr 17 2025 10°Sg40′ -26°59′
Apr 18 2025 22°Sg45′ -28°25′
Apr 19 2025 05°Cp02′ -28°29′
Apr 20 2025 17°Cp32′ -27°06′
Apr 21 2025 00°Aq20′ -24°18′
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Apr 30 2025 10°Ge53′ +26°59′
May 01 2025 25°Ge34′ +28°30′
May 02 2025 09°Cn49′ +28°04′
May 03 2025 23°Cn35′ +25°53′
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May 14 2025 07°Sg43′ -26°21′
May 15 2025 19°Sg49′ -28°04′
May 16 2025 02°Cp04′ -28°27′
May 17 2025 14°Cp28′ -27°24′
May 18 2025 27°Cp05′ -24°57′
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May 27 2025 04°Ge11′ +25°36′
May 28 2025 19°Ge11′ +27°59′
May 29 2025 03°Cn55′ +28°20′
May 30 2025 18°Cn15′ +26°44′
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Jun 10 2025 04°Sg33′ -25°41′
Jun 11 2025 16°Sg42′ -27°42′
Jun 12 2025 29°Sg00′ -28°23′
Jun 13 2025 11°Cp29′ -27°39′
Jun 14 2025 24°Cp08′ -25°28′
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Jun 23 2025 28°Ta10′ +24°13′
Jun 24 2025 12°Ge59′ +27°16′
Jun 25 2025 27°Ge43′ +28°24′
Jun 26 2025 12°Cn15′ +27°32′
Jun 27 2025 26°Cn27′ +24°53′
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Jul 07 2025 00°Sg57′ -24°59′
Jul 08 2025 13°Sg04′ -27°19′
Jul 09 2025 25°Sg22′ -28°22′
Jul 10 2025 07°Cp54′ -28°00′
Jul 11 2025 20°Cp38′ -26°09′
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Jul 21 2025 08°Ge10′ +26°36′
Jul 22 2025 22°Ge34′ +28°19′
Jul 23 2025 06°Cn52′ +28°07′
Jul 24 2025 21°Cn01′ +26°05′
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Aug 03 2025 27°Sc00′ -24°09′
Aug 04 2025 09°Sg00′ -26°50′
Aug 05 2025 21°Sg11′ -28°18′
Aug 06 2025 03°Cp36′ -28°23′
Aug 07 2025 16°Cp18′ -27°00′
Aug 08 2025 29°Cp17′ -24°09′
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Aug 17 2025 04°Ge43′ +26°04′
Aug 18 2025 18°Ge50′ +28°11′
Aug 19 2025 02°Cn51′ +28°28′
Aug 20 2025 16°Cn43′ +26°58′
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Aug 31 2025 04°Sg55′ -26°09′
Sep 01 2025 16°Sg55′ -28°02′
Sep 02 2025 29°Sg06′ -28°37′
Sep 03 2025 11°Cp32′ -27°46′
Sep 04 2025 24°Cp17′ -25°27′
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Sep 13 2025 01°Ge24′ +25°23′
Sep 14 2025 15°Ge40′ +27°54′
Sep 15 2025 29°Ge42′ +28°36′
Sep 16 2025 13°Cn29′ +27°30′
Sep 17 2025 27°Cn01′ +24°47′
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Sep 27 2025 01°Sg10′ -25°18′
Sep 28 2025 13°Sg02′ -27°33′
Sep 29 2025 25°Sg00′ -28°33′
Sep 30 2025 07°Cp08′ -28°12′
Oct 01 2025 19°Cp31′ -26°27′
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Oct 10 2025 26°Ta46′ +24°09′
Oct 11 2025 11°Ge34′ +27°17′
Oct 12 2025 26°Ge04′ +28°31′
Oct 13 2025 10°Cn11′ +27°51′
Oct 14 2025 23°Cn56′ +25°27′
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Oct 23 2025 16°Sc01′ -20°49′
Oct 24 2025 27°Sc52′ -24°23′
Oct 25 2025 09°Sg43′ -26°55′
Oct 26 2025 21°Sg35′ -28°16′
Oct 27 2025 03°Cp33′ -28°18′
Oct 28 2025 15°Cp39′ -26°59′
Oct 29 2025 27°Cp57′ -24°21′
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Nov 07 2025 05°Ge30′ +26°07′
Nov 08 2025 20°Ge38′ +28°09′
Nov 09 2025 05°Cn26′ +28°06′
Nov 10 2025 19°Cn48′ +26°09′
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Nov 21 2025 06°Sg42′ -26°18′
Nov 22 2025 18°Sg36′ -27°55′
Nov 23 2025 00°Cp33′ -28°15′
Nov 24 2025 12°Cp35′ -27°14′
Nov 25 2025 24°Cp45′ -24°56′
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Dec 04 2025 28°Ta12′ +24°26′
Dec 05 2025 13°Ge33′ +27°22′
Dec 06 2025 28°Ge48′ +28°15′
Dec 07 2025 13°Cn46′ +27°01′
Dec 08 2025 28°Cn20′ +23°57′
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Dec 18 2025 03°Sg38′ -25°43′
Dec 19 2025 15°Sg33′ -27°36′
Dec 20 2025 27°Sg33′ -28°13′
Dec 21 2025 09°Cp38′ -27°30′
Dec 22 2025 21°Cp51′ -25°26

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2026 Moon Out of Bounds

Jan 01 2026 06°Ge43′ +26°24′
Jan 02 2026 21°Ge45′ +28°08′
Jan 03 2026 06°Cn47′ +27°48′
Jan 04 2026 21°Cn38′ +25°28′
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Jan 14 2026 00°Sg13′ -25°07′
Jan 15 2026 12°Sg06′ -27°18′
Jan 16 2026 24°Sg04′ -28°16′
Jan 17 2026 06°Cp10′ -27°53′
Jan 18 2026 18°Cp26′ -26°08′
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Jan 28 2026 01°Ge51′ +25°34′
Jan 29 2026 16°Ge19′ +27°52′
Jan 30 2026 00°Cn53′ +28°16′
Jan 31 2026 15°Cn27′ +26°42′
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Feb 10 2026 26°Sc21′ -24°19′
Feb 11 2026 08°Sg13′ -26°51′
Feb 12 2026 20°Sg07′ -28°12′
Feb 13 2026 02°Cp08′ -28°15′
Feb 14 2026 14°Cp19′ -26°56′
Feb 15 2026 26°Cp43′ -24°17′
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Feb 24 2026 28°Ta32′ +24°53′
Feb 25 2026 12°Ge44′ +27°32′
Feb 26 2026 26°Ge56′ +28°25′
Feb 27 2026 11°Cn05′ +27°25′
Feb 28 2026 25°Cn10′ +24°41′
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Mar 10 2026 04°Sg09′ -26°08′
Mar 11 2026 16°Sg02′ -27°54′
Mar 12 2026 27°Sg57′ -28°24′
Mar 13 2026 09°Cp57′ -27°34′
Mar 14 2026 22°Cp08′ -25°24′
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Mar 24 2026 09°Ge26′ +27°01′
Mar 25 2026 23°Ge45′ +28°20′
Mar 26 2026 07°Cn54′ +27°45′
Mar 27 2026 21°Cn51′ +25°25′
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Apr 06 2026 00°Sg14′ -25°11′
Apr 07 2026 12°Sg09′ -27°21′
Apr 08 2026 24°Sg01′ -28°15′
Apr 09 2026 05°Cp54′ -27°52′
Apr 10 2026 17°Cp53′ -26°10′
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Apr 20 2026 04°Ge47′ +26°05′
Apr 21 2026 19°Ge37′ +28°00′
Apr 22 2026 04°Cn13′ +27°55′
Apr 23 2026 18°Cn31′ +25°57′
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May 03 2026 26°Sc43′ -24°14′
May 04 2026 08°Sg40′ -26°42′
May 05 2026 20°Sg33′ -27°57′
May 06 2026 02°Cp25′ -27°55′
May 07 2026 14°Cp17′ -26°36′
May 08 2026 26°Cp15′ -24°03′
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May 17 2026 28°Ta29′ +24°39′
May 18 2026 13°Ge44′ +27°21′
May 19 2026 28°Ge53′ +28°00′
May 20 2026 13°Cn48′ +26°36′
May 31 2026 05°Sg35′ -26°08′
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Jun 01 2026 17°Sg28′ -27°40′
Jun 02 2026 29°Sg20′ -27°55′
Jun 03 2026 11°Cp13′ -26°53′
Jun 04 2026 23°Cp08′ -24°38′
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Jun 14 2026 06°Ge54′ +26°24′
Jun 15 2026 22°Ge12′ +27°56′
Jun 16 2026 07°Cn28′ +27°20′
Jun 17 2026 22°Cn32′ +24°43′
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Jun 26 2026 20°Sc43′ -22°43′
Jun 27 2026 02°Sg38′ -25°39′
Jun 28 2026 14°Sg30′ -27°26′
Jun 29 2026 26°Sg23′ -27°59′
Jun 30 2026 08°Cp16′ -27°13′
Jul 01 2026 20°Cp13′ -25°12′
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Jul 12 2026 15°Ge41′ +27°36′
Jul 13 2026 00°Cn46′ +27°53′
Jul 14 2026 15°Cn53′ +26°05′
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Jul 24 2026 29°Sc26′ -25°06′
Jul 25 2026 11°Sg20′ -27°11′
Jul 26 2026 23°Sg12′ -28°02′
Jul 27 2026 05°Cp05′ -27°36′
Jul 28 2026 17°Cp02′ -25°52′
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Aug 07 2026 26°Ta21′ +24°26′
Aug 08 2026 10°Ge42′ +27°09′
Aug 09 2026 25°Ge15′ +28°06′
Aug 10 2026 09°Cn57′ +27°04′
Aug 11 2026 24°Cn42′ +24°09′
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Aug 20 2026 25°Sc44′ -24°18′
Aug 21 2026 07°Sg43′ -26°45′
Aug 22 2026 19°Sg37′ -27°59′
Aug 23 2026 01°Cp29′ -27°55′
Aug 24 2026 13°Cp24′ -26°34′
Aug 25 2026 25°Cp26′ -23°59′
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Sep 05 2026 21°Ge22′ +28°02′
Sep 06 2026 05°Cn39′ +27°35′
Sep 07 2026 19°Cn58′ +25°17′
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Sep 17 2026 03°Sg41′ -26°00′
Sep 18 2026 15°Sg41′ -27°39′
Sep 19 2026 27°Sg34′ -28°01′
Sep 20 2026 09°Cp26′ -27°06′
Sep 21 2026 21°Cp21′ -24°56′
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Oct 01 2026 03°Ge54′ +25°58′
Oct 02 2026 18°Ge11′ +27°46′
Oct 03 2026 02°Cn25′ +27°44′
Oct 04 2026 16°Cn35′ +25°52′
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Oct 14 2026 29°Sc29′ -25°00′
Oct 15 2026 11°Sg37′ -27°05′
Oct 16 2026 23°Sg35′ -27°53′
Oct 17 2026 05°Cp27′ -27°22′
Oct 18 2026 17°Cp17′ -25°37′
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Oct 28 2026 29°Ta22′ +24°55′
Oct 29 2026 14°Ge05′ +27°16′
Oct 30 2026 28°Ge43′ +27°43′
Oct 31 2026 13°Cn13′ +26°15′
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Nov 10 2026 25°Sc36′ -24°00′
Nov 11 2026 07°Sg48′ -26°25′
Nov 12 2026 19°Sg50′ -27°35′
Nov 13 2026 01°Cp45′ -27°27′
Nov 14 2026 13°Cp34′ -26°04′
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Nov 25 2026 08°Ge03′ +26°26′
Nov 26 2026 23°Ge10′ +27°38′
Nov 27 2026 08°Cn14′ +26°46′
Nov 28 2026 23°Cn05′ +24°00′
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Dec 08 2026 04°Sg29′ -25°52′
Dec 09 2026 16°Sg31′ -27°20′
Dec 10 2026 28°Sg26′ -27°31′
Dec 11 2026 10°Cp17′ -26°25′
Dec 12 2026 22°Cp05′ -24°08′
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Dec 22 2026 00°Ge57′ +25°16′
Dec 23 2026 16°Ge01′ +27°20′
Dec 24 2026 01°Cn17′ +27°22′
Dec 25 2026 16°Cn36′ +25°19′