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    Current Planets
    23-Nov-2014, 09:08 UT/GMT
    Sun0Sagittarius59'22"20s21
    Moon11Sagittarius49'10"18s07
    Mercury22Scorpio31'27"17s50
    Venus8Sagittarius16' 2"21s43
    Mars21Capricorn2'49"23s12
    Jupiter22Leo14'29"14n46
    Saturn26Scorpio31'30"17s31
    Uranus12Aries54'33"r4n28
    Neptune4Pisces48'48"10s26
    Pluto11Capricorn54'51"20s40
    TrueNode18Libra35'21"r7s17
    Chiron13Pisces5'48"r2s10
    Explanations of the symbols
    Chart of the moment
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