2013 Ephemeris at Cafe Astrology .com
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Daily ephemeris for the year 2013 includes planets in signs, eclipses, Full Moons, New Moons, and other lunar phases, Void Moon data, ingresses, and stations/retrogrades.
Full-size ephemerides for 2013. Note: Time is Midnight Eastern Time.
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The tables in the above ephemeris explained:
The ephemerides above display each planet or point by degree and sign (longitude) at Midnight in the Eastern time zone at a daily rate.
Retrograde planets are marked with a red Rx symbol. The D symbol will appear when that same planet turns direct, but won’t appear otherwise–a planet is assumed to be direct unless it’s marked with an Rx symbol.
The lower left table shows sign changes and retrograde/direct activity. First, sign changes are displayed in the table under the ephemeris under the title “Ingresses.” Second, the “Stations” section shows planets and precise dates and times when they change direction, either retrograde (marked with an Rx) or direct (marked with a D). These appear only if there is a directional change.
The lower middle table shows the lunar sign ingresses (or Moon sign changes). Note that these are separate from planetary ingresses due to the frequency that the Moon changes signs (approximately every 2.5 days!). The void Moon times are also displayed.
In the lower right table of the ephemeris under the title, “Lunar Phases & Eclipses,” lists the lunar phases (New, First Quarter, Full, and Last Quarter) dates, times, and zodiacal positions. If there is a Solar or Lunar eclipse in that particular month, you’ll find its date and positions in this table, below the lunar phases. Otherwise, you can assume there isn’t an eclipse that month (eclipses occur in sets approximately every 5-6 months).
*The ephemerides above were produced using the excellent Io Edition software.