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    Current Planets
    20-Jan-2017, 08:21 UT/GMT
    Sun027'53"20s03
    Moon54'29"8s54
    Mercury622'51"22s05
    Venus1723'19"4s43
    Mars245'42"2s51
    Jupiter2241'27"7s34
    Saturn2328'19"22s00
    Uranus2045'56"7n33
    Neptune1015'26"8s30
    Pluto1736'14"21s18
    TrueNode356' 4"r10n04
    Chiron2147' 8"0n20
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    Chart of the moment
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Celestial events of Friday, 20 January 2017
Detroit, MI (US)

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