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    Current Planets
    26-Sep-2016, 22:41 UT/GMT
    Sun415'35"1s42
    Moon1748'16"13n23
    Mercury1637'23"5n58
    Venus43'23"12s53
    Mars2944'37"25s53
    Jupiter345'35"0n29
    Saturn1119'58"20s42
    Uranus2314'35"r8n26
    Neptune959' 5"r8s38
    Pluto1455'38"21s24
    TrueNode1240'44"6n48
    Chiron2223'52"r1n00
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Celestial events of Monday, 26 September 2016
Detroit, MI (US)

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