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    Current Planets
    25-May-2018, 17:54 UT/GMT
    Sun428'20"21n02
    Moon1918'26"3s07
    Mercury2122'55"16n55
    Venus723'46"24n59
    Mars326'58"21s49
    Jupiter1617'21"r15s31
    Saturn83'30"r22s19
    Uranus031'19"11n10
    Neptune1619'57"6s16
    Pluto211'51"r21s33
    TrueNode811'55"r18n13
    Chiron143'38"3n52
    Explanations of the symbols
    Chart of the moment
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Swiss Ephemeris for Users

This area contains printable ephemeris files in Acrobat PDF format. This format allows to view and print ephemerides in excellent quality. Each ephemeris file covers one year and prints on six pages, with two months per page.

The ephemeris contains the regular planets, Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto. The ephemeris also contains the Lunar Nodes True Node and Mean Node, the minor planet Chiron and the mathematical point 'Lilith' or 'Dark Moon', technically known as the Lunar Apogee.

The ephemeris files may be downloaded and printed for private use only. Any redistribution of these files in electronic or printed format requires the permission by Astrodienst in writing.

To read, view and print these files, you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 3.0 or higher.

The links appearing as numbers contain the ephemeris for this year; the links 'A' contain a list of mundane aspects (aspects formed by the moving planets on the sky). For years marked with 'j' like 1500j the Ephemeris is in the Julian Calendar, otherwise it is in the Gregorian Calendar.

Ephemeris files in PDF format:

50 year files, 5000 BCE to 3999 CE

Hypothetical planets (Hamburg school and others) as 50 year files

This ephemeris contains the eight hypothetical planets of the Hamburg School (aka Uranian astrology school) Cupido, Hades, Zeus, Kronos, Apollon, Admetos, Vulcanus, Poseidon. It also contains the fictious celestial objects known as Isis-Transpluto, Vulcan, Selena/White Moon, Waldemath.

Planetary Cycles and Sign Ingresses

Moon Ingresses and Phases

Heliocentric ephemeris files for 600 years

Ephemerides in the 22°30 (modulo 16) system

If you require additional years for special purposes, please send an email to webmaster explaining your needs and we will try to fulfill reasonable wishes.

Please be aware that you can create ephemeris files also on the page "Extended Chart Selection".

Attention Programmers and Software Developers

These printable ephemeris files were created from the Swiss Ephemeris library. Swiss Ephemeris is a highly precise ephemeris toolbox available as source code and as a DLL. Please see Swiss Ephemeris for Programmers.

 

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