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    Current Planets
    21-Dec-2014, 05:47 UT/GMT
    Sun29Sagittarius16' 1"23s26
    Moon18Sagittarius21'46"18s30
    Mercury6Capricorn28'26"25s17
    Venus13Capricorn13'53"23s51
    Mars12Aquarius38' 6"18s12
    Jupiter22Leo22'32"r14n49
    Saturn29Scorpio44' 6"18s13
    Uranus12Aries34'12"r4n21
    Neptune5Pisces8'47"10s18
    Pluto12Capricorn47'34"20s39
    TrueNode16Libra26' 7"r6s28
    Chiron13Pisces26'58"2s11
    Explanations of the symbols
    Chart of the moment
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