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"NIKU" - #471325

"Niku" is the nickname given to a Centaur, minor planet #471325. It was Discovered at Mount Lemmon on 2011-05-31 by Mt. Lemmon Survey. It's position at discovery was 2 Sag 16 R. The Sabian Symbol for that degree is "Two sedate men, smoking pipes in comfort, play chess."

But not much more was seen of it for several years. Then in 2015, the Pan-STARRS telescope discovered what was first thought to be a new discovery, but then the astronomers realized it was the same Centaur as they had first found in 2011. They announced their discovery to the world in 2016. Niku is a most unusual body.

It has an orbit of 212.45 years, with a perihelion of 23.7805 AU (last reached in 1999) and an aphelion of 47.427 AU, so as you can imagine it has a high eccentricity of 0.33208. And its inclination to the ecliptic is quite extreme, 110.1537�

But what is even more interesting is that it moves backward....that is, in retrograde motion, in respect to the planets of our solar system. That's how it received its nickname Niku, which is a Chinese word meaning "rebellious"!

Here is the Chinese name Niku:

A Sky and Telescope article about the body: NIKU

ASTROLOGY

Niku's orbit is doubly strange because it is both highly eccentric, and retrograde. The eccentricity means that it moves swiftly through some signs and very slowly through others. During the current cycle, it stayed in the signs Taurus and Scorpio for over 29 years each, 62 years in Gemini, but it breezed through Pisces in less than 3 years! Currently Niku is in Scorpio. So let's go back to the last time it was in that sign, with the beginning of the 19th Century showing Niku in Scorpio. Think about it...if you have Niku in Pisces you will have very few individuals who are your peers, but for those born with it in Gemini, you will know many, many people who you share it with. Let's go back to the beginning of the 19th Century, and see how long it stayed in each sign.

  • NIKU IN SCORPIO
    When the 19th Century began in 1801, it started with Niku in Scorpio, where it remained for over twenty years, moving backwards through the sign.
  • NIKU IN LIBRA
    It first crossed into Libra on 29 May 1821, but moved back into Scorpio on 30 September. Another foray into Libra on 23 Apr 1822, but again back into Scorpio 11 Nov that year. On 19 March 1823, it began it's ten-year stay in Libra.
  • NIKU IN VIRGO
    On 24 Ar 1833, it crossed into Virgo, but returned to Libra 10 Sept that year. It again entered Virgo on 10 March 1834, but returned to Libra on 13 Nov that year. It began it's six-year stay in Virgo on 14 Jan 1835.
  • NIKU IN LEO
    It entered Leo on 13 Apr 1841, then back into Virgo 20 Jul that year. Again into Leo on 21 Feb 1842, but back into Virgo 23 Sept that year. On 3 Jan 1843 it began an 8-year stay in Leo.
  • NIKU IN CANCER
    It first visited Cancer on 17 Feb 1851, then back to Leo 14 Jul that year. On 10 Jan 1852 it crossed into Cancer, but back in Leo 3 Sept that year. On 26 Nov 1852 it began an almost 18 year journey through Cancer.
  • NIKU IN GEMINI
    On 17 Feb 1870 it ventured into Gemini, then back to Cancer on 2 May that year. On 18 Jan 1871 it again crossed into Gemini, then returned to Cancer 4 Jun that year. 26 Dec 1871 it moved into Gemini, and back into Cancer 30 Jun 1872. 2 Dec 1872 it moved into Gemini, but yet another return to Cancer on 30 Jul 1873. Now it took more than 62 years to get through the sign of Gemini, once it re-entered it on 6 Nov 1873.
  • NIKU IN TAURUS
    Here it gets really strange. It seems to straddle the border between Taurus and Gemini for a number of years, and it is clearly gaining in speed as it passes through Taurus. It first moved into Taurus on 16 Feb 1936, back into Gemini on 1 March that year. On 8 Jan 1937 it entered Taurus, back to Gemini 10 April that year. On 20 Dec 1937 it entered Taurus, then back into Gemini 1 may 1938. 3 December 1938 it tried Taurus again, back to Gemini 20 May 1939. 17 November 1939 again into Taurus, back to Gemini June 6, 1940. 31 Oct 1940 again into Taurus, once again in Gemini 26 Jun 1941. 13 Oct 1941 again into Taurus, 23 July back into Gemini. Finally on 17 Sep 1942, it began a twenty-nine year stay in Taurus.
  • NIKU IN ARIES
    On 3 Dec 1971 Niku crossed into Aries, back to Taurus on 26 Mar 1972. Again into Aries 23 Oct 1972, back to Taurus 16 May 1973. On 12 Sept 1973 it began a six-year journey through Aries.
  • NIKU IN PISCES
    It first crossed into Pisces on 12 Oct 1979, back to Aries on 5 Apr 1980. On 11 Aug 1980 it began a 2-1/2 year journey through Pisces. That's right...only 2-1/2 years!
  • NIKU IN AQUARIUS
    On 12 Sep 1983 it moved into Aquarius, back into Pisces 11 March 1984. On 3 July 1984 it began its 3-year trip through Aquarius.
  • NIKU IN CAPRICORN
    It moved into Capricorn on 4 August 1987, back into Aquarius 16 Feb 1988. It began a 5-year stay in Capricorn on 31 May 1988.
  • NIKU IN SAGITTARIUS
    On 29 Jul 1993 it moved into Sagittarius, back to Capricorn on 3 Dec that year. On 16 Jun 1994 it moved into Sagittarius, back to Capricorn 27 Jan 1995. It began a seventeen-year stay in this sign on 30 April 1995.
  • NIKU IN SCORPIO
    Niku first went into Scorpio 29 Jun 2012, back to Sagittarius 25 October that year. First of June 2013 it went into Scorpio, back to Sagittarius 25 November that year. It tried Scorpio on 6 Jun 2014, back to Sagittarius on 26 December that year. Finally on 7 April 2015 it began a twenty-nine year trip through Scorpio, where it is right now.
  • NIKU IN LIBRA
    Niku will move into Libra on 7 July 2034, back to Scorpio 20 August that year. It will continue back and forth until it moves to stay in Libra for 9 years on 27 Feb 2037.

NIKU IN GEMINI

Niku in Gemini, due to its long duration, intrigues me. Does history show any trends that coincide with a Gemini influence?

Well, Gemini is the sign that rules over basic education, such as primary schooling. Would Niku's passage through Gemini impact on early schooling in any way?

  • In the publication, Sociology of Education, Vol. 61, No. 3, authors Aaron Benavot and Phyllis Riddle published an article entitled "The Expansion of Primary Education, 1870-1940: Trends and Issues." This is the approximate period of Niku in Gemini. The authors researched the primary enrollment rates during that period in over 126 nations and colonies, and concluded that "social, economic, political, and religious conditions were more important in determining the extension of mass schooling in the 1870-1940 period than in later periods...Our investigation of the expansion of primary education in the 1870-1940 period has raised a number of interesting, yet unresolved, issues. For example, what combination of political, economic, and religious factors explains the rapid extension of educational enrollments...during this period?" For those interested, the complete article can be found here: THE EXPANSION OF PRIMARY EDUCATION, 1870-1940

Anything else of note during those years? Well Gemini rules the immediate neighborhood, your neighbors, your 'backyard' figuratively or literally

  • The years 1870-1940 are considered the formative years of environmentalism in the US, and during this period thousands of women began getting involved to save the American West for future generations. These women reshaped perceptions of the West through writings, artork, and travel.
  • Then there is something called Anarchism. While Pierre-Joseph, who died in 1865, was the first person to declare himself an anarchist, many consider him, through his writings, to be the father of anarchism. And the period 1870-1940 was a period of unmatched mass anarchist influence on the economic, social and political processes of the times. What fed the anarchist ideals was the unprecedented increases in migration from one part of the world to another (which eroded insularity and showed common experiences of people all over the world), the global economic integration, the growing awareness of the grim conditions of workers in factors and in the fields, and the imperial expansion grabbing 'colonies' for the ruling powers. Author Jack London expressed astonishment at the extraordinary "shrinkage of the planet" that made the "East...next-door neighbour to the West".
  • And in addition to the anarchists, between about 1870 and 1940 was a time for visionaries and planners around the world to work on projects for assembling universal knowledge, and for projects that would effect a universal political order. With global transportation and communications systems being constructed, both scientific and humanistic scholarship became a professional and global enterprise...the collection and sharing of information became of utmost importance.
  • The word Tramp is defined as a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar. Gemini is the sign that guides the traveller, moving from place to place. From the 1870's to the 1940's, there was a form of folk art that flourished in America that was given the name Tramp Art. There is an aura, a mystique, around Tramp art which says that it was made by wandering souls, largely anonymous, and that the fruits of their labors were bartered for food and shelter. And at least in the early days of this type of art, there was a lot of truth to this. Over time, many who produced tramp art were skilled craftspeople who devoted major amounts of time to their creative pursuits. But the lore persisted that the creations, mostly made from old woden cigar boxes and disassembled crates, was made by the traveller, the tramp, the vagabond.

I'm not sure how it relates, but the French Third Republic lasted from 1870-1940.

NOTED INDIVIDUALS

One individual who has Niku very prominent in his chart is Donald Trump. Here you can see it closely conjunct his MC (public image, career), square his Asc. (persona) and Mars (passions, drives, how one attacks a problem.) Of course, it is too soon to say what this means in his chart, but I'd like to offer a very subjective opinion: Niku is one of the reasons Trump is quite rebellious, and that his policies are setting the US backwards rather than moving it forward.

The North Lunar Node is the direction one should focus on to grow and develop. One gentleman with a Niku/North Node conjunction is John Barrowman, and perhaps that has had some influence on what John is doing with his life. You may know him as Captain Jack Harkness (from Dr. Who and Torchwood), or Patrick Logan (from Desperate Housewives), or Malcolm Merlyn (from several comic book series such as Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow). He is quite the versatile entertainer, not only acting, but he also sings and dances, (having a number of solo musical albums out, and starring as the leading man in many musicals.) He has presented or hosted numerous television shows, and has authored or co-authored a number of books (including sci-fi/fantasy noveld for young adults). He is openly gay, living with his husband, and has worked on a number programs in support of gay rights and educating people against homophobia.

Marilyn Monroe was born with Niku quite close to Mercury (the logical mind, communication), and through Mercury, connected to the Sun (sense of self, expression of self) as well. She was the favorite actress of many a person, expressing a lot through her words and acting. And yet, surprisingly, she had a great deal of difficulty learning her lines. (For example, the simple like, "It's me, Sugar", from "Some Like It Hot" took her over 60 takes to get it right and deliver it.) But as we all know, words are not the only way to communicate, and she portrayed roles that communicated, at the same time, a sweet innocence and an intense sensuality. Photographer, George Barris, observed: "She was a sweet little girl in a woman�s body." Monroe herself once explained she knew what the photographers said about her: "Don�t let anyone tell you it�s in her hips or her bosom. You know where it is. It�s in her mind."

Philip Sedgwick has some insights on some possible meanings of Niku, based on its orbital parameters, which I quote here with his permission:

"Within it's orbital parameters, no doubt we should be inclined to investigate its inherent eccentricity.

"Niku's north node is 3 Sagittarius 46. With the exceptionally high and low range this body travels and with the black hole background for this centaur, not doubt cosmic blips come in front points of view not normally seen. In fact, go out of your way to position yourself in physical positions that change the way you normally see the world. Climb a tree. Lie on the ground. Meditate arched over a Pilate Ball. When doing so, spend 283 seconds at minimum developing any incoming idea. No flitting to a new idea until the previous idea is locked into unforgettable places in your mind.

"Niku's perihelion weighs in at 25 Libra 58. Here we find the comfort in a relationship with oneself. This can be solitary, but it is solitary in a good way as the effort here is to recoup and preserve the sanctity of one's own space. Period intervals of self-imposed alone time go a long way in preserving relationships. Others may not be inclined to travel the peaks and valleys of consciousness you eagerly pursue. When you get back from your inner journeys, a full accounting of your travels and awareness is warranted."

Philip Sedgwick is one of the leading astrological experts on galactic phenomena (such as the Galactic Center, or black holes), and newly discovered outer planets, dwarf planets and Centaurs. If you haven't already done so, check out his website, http://www.philipsedgwick.com/, and sign up for his great E-Zine, "Sky Scraping".


I've just begun compiling a list of noted individuals who have Niku in conjunction with an important point in the chart. All aspects are within 3 degrees, or 5 if Sun or Moon:

  • SUN
    • CHRISTOPHER LEE
    • DEBRA WINGER
    • DON AMECHE
    • GABRIEL BYRNE
    • HENRY "SCOOP" JACKSON
    • IAN MCKELLEN
    • JOAN COLLINS
    • JOHNNY WEISMULLER
    • MARK DAVID CHAPMAN
    • MICHAEL FASSBENDER
    • SUSAN STRASBERG
    • UMA THURMAN
  • MOON
    • ANN-MARGRET
    • CARRIE FISHER
    • IAN MCSHANE
    • JOHN INMAN
    • KEVIN DILLON
    • ROGER MOORE
    • TOVAH FELDSHUH
    • VICTORIA TENNANT
  • MERCURY
    • GABRIEL BYRNE
    • JAY LENO
    • MARILYN MONROE
    • SHANNEN DOHERTY
    • SUSAN ATKINS
  • VENUS
    • CATHERINE TATE
    • MICHAEL MOORE
    • RED SKELTON
    • SANDRA BERNHARD
  • MARS
    • AARON SPELLING
    • BETTIE PAGE
    • JAMIE LEE CURTIS
    • JOHNNY WEISMULLER
    • MARION DAVIES
  • JUPITER
    • ANN-MARGRET
    • DOUG SAVANT
    • KATHERINE HELMOND
  • SATURN
    • ALEXIS ARQUETTE
    • MICHAEL YORK
  • URANUS
    • ANN-MARGRET
    • MICHAEL YORK
    • MUHAMMAD ALI
  • NEPTUNE
    • JEAN RENOIR
    • MARION DAVIES
    • RUDOLPH VALENTINO
  • PLUTO
    • MARION DAVIES
    • AARON SPELLING
  • NN
    • JOHN BARROWMAN
    • MAN RAY
  • CHIRON
    • DIANNE FEINSTEIN
    • DREW BARRYMORE
    • GENE WILDER
    • LARRY KING
    • LEONARDO DICAPRIO
    • SARA GILBERT
    • SHIRLEY MACLAINE
  • MC
    • DONALD TRUMP
    • RUTGER HAUER
    • WOODY ALLEN
  • DESC
    • MARLON BRANDO
    • PIER ANGELI

Here is a list of exact conjunctions between Niku and Sun, Mercury through Pluto, Chiron, Eris, and the Moon's Nodes, for 1900-2014. You could use this to look for people born near a conjunction, or to check out historical events.

NIKU
CONJ
DEGREE DATE NIKU
CONJ
DEGREE DATE NIKU
CONJ
DEGREE DATE NIKU
CONJ
DEGREE DATE
South Node 12°Ge59'R 31,03,1900 / Sun 3°Ge49'D 25,05,1929 / Mars 21°Ta27'D 28,08,1958 / Mars 1°Aq12'D 11,10,1986
Venus 13°Ge12'D 18,04,1900 / Jupiter 4°Ge34'D 03,07,1929 / Mars 18°Ta38'R 02,12,1958 / Mercury 4°Aq25'D 20,01,1987
Mercury 14°Ge04'D 01,06,1900 / Venus 4°Ge43'D 12,07,1929 / Mars 17°Ta43'D 02,01,1959 / Sun 4°Aq48'D 25,01,1987
Sun 14°Ge08'D 05,06,1900 / Venus 3°Ge00'D 03,05,1930 / Venus 17°Ta57'D 04,04,1959 / Venus 7°Aq43'D 09,03,1987
Mars 15°Ge01'D 18,07,1900 / Sun 3°Ge28'D 25,05,1930 / Sun 18°Ta58'D 10,05,1959 / Venus 25°Cp57'D 19,12,1987
Mercury 13°Ge29'D 24,05,1901 / Mercury 3°Ge57'D 18,06,1930 / Mercury 19°Ta22'D 23,05,1959 / Mercury 27°Cp20'D 08,01,1988
Venus 13°Ge34'D 28,05,1901 / Mars 4°Ge29'D 21,07,1930 / Sun 18°Ta07'D 08,05,1960 / Sun 28°Cp05'D 18,01,1988
Sun 13°Ge44'D 05,06,1901 / Sun 3°Ge06'D 25,05,1931 / Mercury 18°Ta17'D 13,05,1960 / Mars 2°Aq00'D 09,04,1988
Mercury 12°Ge56'D 16,05,1902 / Mercury 3°Ge30'D 13,06,1931 / Venus 18°Ta26'D 18,05,1960 / Mercury 21°Cp00'D 27,12,1988
Sun 13°Ge21'D 04,06,1902 / Venus 3°Ge35'D 17,06,1931 / Mars 19°Ta51'D 18,07,1960 / Sun 22°Cp03'D 12,01,1989
Mars 13°Ge49'D 27,06,1902 / Venus 1°Ge51'D 06,04,1932 / Mercury 17°Ta07'D 04,05,1961 / Venus 23°Cp12'D 29,01,1989
Venus 14°Ge06'D 12,07,1902 / Sun 2°Ge44'D 24,05,1932 / Sun 17°Ta13'D 08,05,1961 / Venus 13°Cp52'D 19,11,1989
Venus 12°Ge13'D 28,04,1903 / Mercury 2°Ge59'D 04,06,1932 / Venus 18°Ta38'D 26,06,1961 / Mercury 15°Cp26'D 18,12,1989
Mercury 12°Ge30'D 13,05,1903 / Mars 3°Ge26'D 27,06,1932 / Venus 15°Ta36'D 16,04,1962 / Sun 16°Cp43'D 07,01,1990
Mercury 12°Ge54'R 01,06,1903 / Venus 2°Ge13'D 16,05,1933 / Mercury 15°Ta53'D 25,04,1962 / Mercury 16°Cp55'R 10,01,1990
Sun 12°Ge58'D 04,06,1903 / Sun 2°Ge22'D 24,05,1933 / Sun 16°Ta16'D 07,05,1962 / Saturn 17°Cp12'D 14,01,1990
Mercury 13°Ge27'D 28,06,1903 / Mercury 2°Ge26'D 26,05,1933 / Mars 17°Ta38'D 21,06,1962 / Mercury 18°Cp23'D 02,02,1990
Sun 12°Ge35'D 03,06,1904 / Chiron 3°Ge37'D 11,08,1933 / Mercury 14°Ta38'D 17,04,1963 / Mars 19°Cp33'D 25,02,1990
Mars 12°Ge37'D 05,06,1904 / Chiron 2°Ge51'R 28,10,1933 / Sun 15°Ta15'D 06,05,1963 / Neptune 12°Cp44'R 22,07,1990
Venus 12°Ge45'D 11,06,1904 / Chiron 1°Ge13'D 14,04,1934 / Venus 16°Ta07'D 01,06,1963 / Venus 11°Cp14'D 21,12,1990
Mercury 12°Ge59'D 23,06,1904 / Mercury 1°Ge52'D 17,05,1934 / Venus 12°Ta43'D 18,03,1964 / Sun 12°Cp02'D 02,01,1991
Sun 12°Ge13'D 03,06,1905 / Sun 2°Ge00'D 23,05,1934 / Sun 14°Ta10'D 04,05,1964 / Mercury 13°Cp24'D 25,01,1991
Mercury 12°Ge28'D 15,06,1905 / Mars 2°Ge17'D 05,06,1934 / Mars 14°Ta58'D 27,05,1964 / Uranus 13°Cp17'R 24,05,1991
Venus 13°Ge08'D 21,07,1905 / Venus 2°Ge46'D 30,06,1934 / Mercury 15°Ta03'D 30,05,1964 / Sun 7°Cp54'D 30,12,1991
Jupiter 11°Ge19'D 08,05,1906 / Venus 0°Ge53'D 17,04,1935 / Jupiter 15°Ta38'D 19,06,1964 / Mercury 8°Cp54'D 16,01,1992
Venus 11°Ge22'D 11,05,1906 / Mercury 1°Ge19'D 09,05,1935 / Venus 12°Ta50'D 29,04,1965 / Mars 9°Cp13'D 21,01,1992
Mars 11°Ge27'D 15,05,1906 / Sun 1°Ge37'D 23,05,1935 / Sun 13°Ta00'D 03,05,1965 / Nod 9°Cp37'R 29,01,1992
Sun 11°Ge51'D 03,06,1906 / Mercury 0°Ge47'D 01,05,1936 / Mercury 13°Ta45'D 24,05,1965 / Venus 9°Cp49'D 02,02,1992
Mercury 11°Ge55'D 06,06,1906 / Mars 1°Ge04'D 14,05,1936 / Sun 11°Ta45'D 02,05,1966 / Venus 2°Cp07'D 15,11,1992
Mercury 11°Ge22'D 28,05,1907 / Sun 1°Ge14'D 22,05,1936 / Mars 11°Ta47'D 03,05,1966 / Sun 4°Cp16'D 25,12,1992
Sun 11°Ge29'D 03,06,1907 / Venus 1°Ge25'D 31,05,1936 / Mercury 12°Ta15'D 16,05,1966 / Mercury 4°Cp53'D 05,01,1993
Venus 11°Ge58'D 26,06,1907 / Sun 0°Ge50'D 22,05,1937 / Venus 13°Ta10'D 12,06,1966 / Mars 0°Cp57'D 21,12,1993
Venus 10°Ge14'D 15,04,1908 / Mercury 1°Ge20'D 14,06,1937 / Nod 8°Ta32'R 06,03,1967 / Sun 1°Cp02'D 22,12,1993
Mars 10°Ge20'D 22,04,1908 / Venus 1°Ge47'D 09,07,1937 / Venus 9°Ta07'D 27,03,1967 / Mercury 1°Cp17'D 27,12,1993
Mercury 10°Ge50'D 19,05,1908 / South Node 29°Ta15'R 14,03,1938 / Sun 10°Ta23'D 01,05,1967 / Venus 1°Cp19'D 27,12,1993
Sun 11°Ge07'D 02,06,1908 / Mars 29°Ta50'D 23,04,1938 / Mercury 10°Ta36'D 07,05,1967 / Mercury 28°Sg04'D 18,12,1994
Mercury 10°Ge20'D 11,05,1909 / Venus 29°Ta58'D 30,04,1938 / Mars 8°Ta03'D 08,04,1968 / Sun 28°Sg11'D 20,12,1994
Venus 10°Ge36'D 25,05,1909 / Sun 0°Ge26'D 22,05,1938 / Mercury 8°Ta47'D 26,04,1968 / Venus 0°Cp20'D 05,02,1995
Sun 10°Ge46'D 01,06,1909 / Mercury 0°Ge49'D 08,06,1938 / Sun 8°Ta53'D 29,04,1968 / Mars 24°Sg24'D 23,11,1995
Nod 12°Ge00'R 08,09,1909 / Sun 0°Ge02'D 22,05,1939 / Venus 9°Ta21'D 10,05,1968 / Venus 24°Sg24'D 23,11,1995
Mars 9°Ge19'D 29,03,1910 / Mercury 0°Ge15'D 31,05,1939 / Mercury 6°Ta49'D 17,04,1969 / Mercury 25°Sg10'D 09,12,1995
Sun 10°Ge24'D 01,06,1910 / Venus 0°Ge33'D 14,06,1939 / Sun 7°Ta14'D 27,04,1969 / Jupiter 25°Sg25'D 14,12,1995
Mercury 10°Ge53'D 25,06,1910 / Mars 28°Ta37'D 30,03,1940 / Venus 9°Ta06'D 16,06,1969 / Sun 25°Sg37'D 18,12,1995
Venus 11°Ge08'D 09,07,1910 / Venus 28°Ta41'D 03,04,1940 / Saturn 2°Ta59'D 04,02,1970 / Mercury 22°Sg33'D 29,11,1996
Venus 9°Ge20'D 25,04,1911 / Sun 29°Ta38'D 20,05,1940 / Mars 3°Ta39'D 12,03,1970 / Sun 23°Sg17'D 15,12,1996
Sun 10°Ge03'D 01,06,1911 / Mercury 29°Ta39'D 21,05,1940 / Venus 4°Ta37'D 07,04,1970 / Venus 24°Sg18'D 05,01,1997
Mercury 10°Ge25'D 19,06,1911 / Mercury 29°Ta02'D 12,05,1941 / Mercury 4°Ta41'D 08,04,1970 / Mars 19°Sg11'D 25,10,1997
Mars 10°Ge55'R 16,10,1911 / Venus 29°Ta03'D 13,05,1941 / Sun 5°Ta25'D 26,04,1970 / Venus 19°Sg12'D 25,10,1997
Mars 10°Ge48'R 22,10,1911 / Sun 29°Ta13'D 20,05,1941 / Mercury 2°Ta33'D 05,04,1971 / Mercury 20°Sg13'D 22,11,1997
Mars 8°Ge31'D 22,02,1912 / Jupiter 29°Ta17'D 23,05,1941 / Mercury 2°Ta56'R 13,04,1971 / Sun 21°Sg11'D 13,12,1997
Sun 9°Ge42'D 31,05,1912 / Mars 27°Ta30'D 03,03,1942 / Sun 3°Ta25'D 24,04,1971 / Mercury 21°Sg30'R 20,12,1997
Venus 9°Ge52'D 08,06,1912 / Uranus 27°Ta51'D 05,04,1942 / Mercury 4°Ta38'D 21,05,1971 / Mercury 22°Sg14'D 05,01,1998
Mercury 9°Ge54'D 10,06,1912 / Saturn 28°Ta13'D 24,04,1942 / Venus 4°Ta40'D 22,05,1971 / Venus 18°Sg51'D 02,12,1998
Sun 9°Ge21'D 31,05,1913 / Mercury 28°Ta25'D 04,05,1942 / Mars 28°Ar36'D 08,02,1972 / Sun 19°Sg14'D 11,12,1998
Mercury 9°Ge22'D 01,06,1913 / Sun 28°Ta47'D 20,05,1942 / Venus 29°Ar13'D 06,03,1972 / Mercury 20°Sg05'D 31,12,1998
Saturn 9°Ge39'D 15,06,1913 / Venus 29°Ta36'D 27,06,1942 / Sun 1°Ta11'D 21,04,1972 / Mars 15°Sg03'D 25,09,1999
Venus 10°Ge15'D 18,07,1913 / Venus 27°Ta34'D 13,04,1943 / Mercury 2°Ta16'D 14,05,1972 / Sun 17°Sg26'D 09,12,1999
Mars 10°Ge32'D 14,08,1913 / Mercury 27°Ta52'D 28,04,1943 / Venus 28°Ar35'D 16,04,1973 / Mercury 18°Sg01'D 23,12,1999
Venus 8°Ge33'D 08,05,1914 / Sun 28°Ta21'D 20,05,1943 / Sun 28°Ar41'D 18,04,1973 / Venus 18°Sg55'D 15,01,2000
Mercury 8°Ge51'D 23,05,1914 / Mercury 28°Ta34'R 29,05,1943 / Mercury 29°Ar32'D 05,05,1973 / Chiron 13°Sg46'D 12,10,2000
Sun 9°Ge00'D 31,05,1914 / Mercury 28°Ta52'D 12,06,1943 / Mars 1°Ta13'D 15,08,1973 / Venus 14°Sg19'D 31,10,2000
Mercury 8°Ge20'D 15,05,1915 / Mars 29°Ta44'D 23,08,1943 / Sun 25°Ar52'D 16,04,1974 / Sun 15°Sg46'D 07,12,2000
Sun 8°Ge40'D 31,05,1915 / Sun 27°Ta54'D 19,05,1944 / Mercury 26°Ar24'D 26,04,1974 / Mercury 16°Sg03'D 14,12,2000
Venus 9°Ge08'D 23,06,1915 / Venus 28°Ta07'D 27,05,1944 / Venus 27°Ar59'D 29,05,1974 / Mars 17°Sg55'D 24,03,2001
Mars 9°Ge34'D 19,07,1915 / Mercury 28°Ta25'D 10,06,1944 / Chiron 19°Ar57'R 27,12,1974 / Pluto 12°Sg48'R 22,07,2001
Venus 7°Ge27'D 12,04,1916 / Sun 27°Ta27'D 18,05,1945 / Venus 21°Ar02'D 12,03,1975 / Mercury 14°Sg11'D 05,12,2001
Mercury 7°Ge52'D 08,05,1916 / Mercury 27°Ta48'D 03,06,1945 / Sun 22°Ar42'D 13,04,1975 / Sun 14°Sg13'D 06,12,2001
Sun 8°Ge19'D 30,05,1916 / Venus 28°Ta28'D 06,07,1945 / Mercury 22°Ar52'D 16,04,1975 / Venus 14°Sg31'D 14,12,2001
Venus 7°Ge50'D 22,05,1917 / Mars 28°Ta41'D 21,07,1945 / Mars 25°Ar50'D 25,06,1975 / South Node 10°Sg43'R 03,10,2002
Sun 7°Ge59'D 30,05,1917 / Venus 26°Ta27'D 26,04,1946 / Jupiter 15°Ar57'D 06,01,1976 / Mercury 12°Sg27'D 27,11,2002
Mercury 8°Ge26'D 21,06,1917 / Sun 26°Ta58'D 18,05,1946 / Mercury 18°Ar52'D 05,04,1976 / Sun 12°Sg45'D 05,12,2002
Mars 8°Ge32'D 26,06,1917 / Mercury 27°Ta09'D 25,05,1946 / Sun 19°Ar06'D 08,04,1976 / Venus 14°Sg25'D 21,01,2003
Jupiter 9°Ge12'D 23,08,1917 / Mercury 26°Ta27'D 17,05,1947 / Venus 20°Ar01'D 24,04,1976 / Mars 14°Sg48'D 09,02,2003
Jupiter 8°Ge10'R 16,11,1917 / Sun 26°Ta29'D 18,05,1947 / Eris 13°Ar15'R 24,11,1976 / Venus 10°Sg31'D 11,11,2003
Jupiter 6°Ge33'D 25,03,1918 / Venus 27°Ta03'D 11,06,1947 / Venus 12°Ar25'D 16,02,1977 / Mercury 10°Sg48'D 19,11,2003
Sun 7°Ge38'D 29,05,1918 / Mars 27°Ta23'D 27,06,1947 / Eris 13°Ar33'D 11,03,1977 / Sun 11°Sg22'D 03,12,2003
Mercury 7°Ge57'D 14,06,1918 / Nod 27°Ta55'R 21,08,1947 / Mercury 14°Ar21'D 25,03,1977 / Mercury 9°Sg17'D 11,11,2004
Venus 8°Ge22'D 06,07,1918 / Venus 24°Ta56'D 30,03,1948 / Sun 14°Ar59'D 04,04,1977 / Sun 10°Sg03'D 01,12,2004
South Node 6°Ge10'D 18,03,1919 / Mercury 25°Ta44'D 07,05,1948 / Venus 15°Ar11'R 08,04,1977 / Mercury 10°Sg41'D 18,12,2004
Venus 6°Ge35'D 22,04,1919 / Sun 25°Ta59'D 17,05,1948 / Mars 17°Ar33'D 20,05,1977 / Mercury 10°Sg49'D 22,12,2004
Sun 7°Ge18'D 29,05,1919 / Mercury 25°Ta01'D 29,04,1949 / Venus 17°Ar35'D 21,05,1977 / Venus 10°Sg55'D 25,12,2004
Mars 7°Ge27'D 06,06,1919 / Venus 25°Ta18'D 10,05,1949 / South Node 18°Ar05'R 29,07,1977 / Mars 11°Sg28'D 11,01,2005
Mercury 7°Ge27'D 06,06,1919 / Sun 25°Ta27'D 16,05,1949 / South Node 15°Ar44'R 04,09,1977 / Venus 7°Sg13'D 14,10,2005
Mercury 6°Ge56'D 27,05,1920 / Mars 25°Ta55'D 04,06,1949 / Eris 14°Ar05'R 22,09,1977 / Mercury 7°Sg57'D 07,11,2005
Sun 6°Ge57'D 28,05,1920 / Mercury 24°Ta24'D 25,04,1950 / South Node 7°Ar17'R 04,02,1978 / Mercury 8°Sg23'R 19,11,2005
Venus 7°Ge08'D 05,06,1920 / Mercury 24°Ta49'R 12,05,1950 / Mercury 9°Ar16'D 15,03,1978 / Sun 8°Sg48'D 30,11,2005
Mars 6°Ge21'D 15,05,1921 / Sun 24°Ta55'D 16,05,1950 / Venus 9°Ar23'D 17,03,1978 / Mercury 9°Sg31'D 20,12,2005
Mercury 6°Ge24'D 18,05,1921 / Mercury 25°Ta32'D 10,06,1950 / Sun 10°Ar17'D 31,03,1978 / Venus 7°Sg21'D 23,11,2006
Sun 6°Ge37'D 28,05,1921 / Venus 25°Ta50'D 23,06,1950 / Mercury 3°Ar37'D 06,03,1979 / Sun 7°Sg36'D 29,11,2006
Venus 7°Ge30'D 15,07,1921 / Venus 23°Ta30'D 09,04,1951 / Mercury 4°Ar42'R 23,03,1979 / Mercury 8°Sg06'D 13,12,2006
Venus 5°Ge49'D 05,05,1922 / Mars 24°Ta18'D 13,05,1951 / Sun 4°Ar55'D 26,03,1979 / Mars 8°Sg14'D 17,12,2006
Mercury 5°Ge54'D 10,05,1922 / Sun 24°Ta22'D 16,05,1951 / Mars 6°Ar15'D 15,04,1979 / Jupiter 8°Sg48'D 04,01,2007
Sun 6°Ge16'D 28,05,1922 / Mercury 24°Ta54'D 06,06,1951 / Mercury 6°Ar50'D 24,04,1979 / Sun 6°Sg26'D 29,11,2007
Mars 5°Ge15'D 23,04,1923 / Sun 23°Ta48'D 14,05,1952 / Venus 7°Ar06'D 29,04,1979 / Mercury 6°Sg41'D 05,12,2007
Mercury 5°Ge28'D 06,05,1923 / Venus 24°Ta02'D 23,05,1952 / Venus 26°Pi08'D 06,02,1980 / Venus 7°Sg43'D 06,01,2008
Sun 5°Ge55'D 28,05,1923 / Mercury 24°Ta10'D 28,05,1952 / Sun 28°Pi49'D 19,03,1980 / Venus 4°Sg06'D 22,10,2008
Mercury 5°Ge58'R 30,05,1923 / Jupiter 22°Ta14'D 05,04,1953 / Mercury 0°Ar40'D 15,04,1980 / Mars 5°Sg10'D 23,11,2008
Mercury 6°Ge24'D 20,06,1923 / Mars 22°Ta35'D 20,04,1953 / Mars 21°Pi32'D 06,03,1981 / Mercury 5°Sg17'D 26,11,2008
Venus 6°Ge23'D 20,06,1923 / Sun 23°Ta12'D 14,05,1953 / Sun 22°Pi00'D 12,03,1981 / Sun 5°Sg18'D 27,11,2008
Venus 4°Ge42'D 09,04,1924 / Mercury 23°Ta21'D 20,05,1953 / Venus 22°Pi25'D 18,03,1981 / Mercury 3°Sg55'D 18,11,2009
Sun 5°Ge34'D 27,05,1924 / Venus 24°Ta22'D 01,07,1953 / Mercury 23°Pi39'D 04,04,1981 / Sun 4°Sg12'D 26,11,2009
Mercury 5°Ge59'D 17,06,1924 / Venus 22°Ta01'D 22,04,1954 / Sun 14°Pi32'D 05,03,1982 / Venus 4°Sg31'D 05,12,2009
Mars 4°Ge13'D 30,03,1925 / Mercury 22°Ta30'D 11,05,1954 / Mercury 15°Pi55'D 23,03,1982 / Mars 2°Sg15'D 31,10,2010
Venus 5°Ge04'D 19,05,1925 / Sun 22°Ta35'D 13,05,1954 / Venus 17°Pi50'D 23,04,1982 / Mercury 2°Sg35'D 10,11,2010
Sun 5°Ge13'D 27,05,1925 / Mars 20°Ta47'D 28,03,1955 / Mars 4°Pi04'D 22,01,1983 / Sun 3°Sg06'D 25,11,2010
Mercury 5°Ge30'D 09,06,1925 / Mercury 21°Ta38'D 02,05,1955 / Venus 4°Pi48'D 02,02,1983 / Venus 4°Sg35'D 12,01,2011
Sun 4°Ge52'D 26,05,1926 / Sun 21°Ta56'D 13,05,1955 / Sun 6°Pi33'D 25,02,1983 / Mercury 1°Sg19'D 03,11,2011
Mercury 4°Ge58'D 31,05,1926 / Venus 22°Ta36'D 07,06,1955 / Mercury 7°Pi37'D 11,03,1983 / Venus 1°Sg18'D 03,11,2011
Venus 5°Ge36'D 03,07,1926 / Venus 20°Ta04'D 25,03,1956 / Sun 28°Aq18'D 17,02,1984 / Sun 2°Sg02'D 24,11,2011
Mars 3°Ge19'D 28,02,1927 / Mercury 20°Ta44'D 23,04,1956 / Mercury 29°Aq02'D 27,02,1984 / Nod 29°Sc00'R 05,09,2012
Venus 3°Ge48'D 20,04,1927 / Sun 21°Ta15'D 12,05,1956 / Venus 0°Pi16'D 14,03,1984 / Mars 29°Sc29'D 06,10,2012
Mercury 4°Ge26'D 23,05,1927 / Mars 18°Ta57'D 28,02,1957 / Mars 16°Aq09'D 07,12,1984 / Mercury 0°Sg08'D 29,10,2012
Sun 4°Ge31'D 26,05,1927 / South Node 19°Ta46'D 14,04,1957 / Venus 16°Aq49'D 23,12,1984 / Mercury 0°Sg39'R 13,11,2012
Mercury 3°Ge55'D 13,05,1928 / Venus 20°Ta22'D 05,05,1957 / Sun 20°Aq05'D 08,02,1985 / Sun 0°Sg58'D 22,11,2012
Sun 4°Ge10'D 25,05,1928 / Sun 20°Ta32'D 11,05,1957 / Mercury 20°Aq27'D 13,02,1985 / Mercury 1°Sg37'D 12,12,2012
Venus 4°Ge20'D 03,06,1928 / Mercury 21°Ta15'D 06,06,1957 / Jupiter 8°Aq10'D 28,10,1985 / Venus 1°Sg48'D 17,12,2012
Mars 5°Ge24'D 17,08,1928 / Sun 19°Ta46'D 11,05,1958 / Venus 11°Aq59'D 29,01,1986 / Venus 28°Sc27'D 06,10,2013
Nod 5°Ge24'R 27,08,1928 / Mercury 20°Ta22'D 31,05,1958 / Mercury 12°Aq10'D 01,02,1986 / Sun 29°Sc54'D 22,11,2013
Mercury 3°Ge25'D 05,05,1929 / Venus 20°Ta51'D 19,06,1958 / Sun 12°Aq11'D 01,02,1986 / Mercury 0°Sg21'D 05,12,2013
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