Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Declinations of Sun, Moon and Planets 2018 | Parallels and Extremes

The Parallel aspect is formed between two planets with the same declination or distance north or south of the ecliptic. If the planets are both North or both South of the ecliptic, the parallel aspect is read as a conjunction. If they are the same declination but one is North and one is South, then the contra-parallel is read as a 180 degree opposition. These aspects are strongest when the orb is kept to 1 degree. They can also magnify the intensity of any other aspect between the two planets or points.
On March 27 (Tue) 15:11 Mercury and Venus were parallel of declination at 9.2880 degrees north (HERE).
On April 4 (Wed) 14:30 Mercury and the Sun will be parallel of declination at 5.8257 degrees north.
On April 17 (Tue) 02:18 the Moon, the Sun and Uranus will be parallel of declination at 10.4128 degrees north. 
On April 20 (Fri) 13:00 Mercury's declination will bottom at 0.8124 degrees north while the Moon's declination will peak at 20.4433 degrees north the next morning. 
From May 6 (Sun) to June 8 (Fri) Venus will be out of bound (>23.4347 degrees north or south = beyond Sun's max-declination). Venus will reach maximum declination at 25.0537 degrees north on May 22 (Tue) 3:35 (HERE). Etc. 
Declinations Ephemerides can be found e.g. HERE + HERE