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Astrology Numbers for 7/30/15 Thursday

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Posted: July 28, 2015, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

Sun in Leo                             0

Moon in Capricorn 10   1        6     Waxing Gibbous

Day Thursday Jupiter   9        4

519 - 514 - 569 - 564 - 019 - 014 - 069 - 064

For Additional Pick - 4s add a 0 to the above Pick - 3s.

5194 - 5196 - 5190 - 5164 - 0649 - 0641 - 0645 - 0619 - 5016 - 5094 - 1694

Mercury – Leo - Direct

Draw Time Planets

Atlantic Standard Time

Puerto Rico 10:PM. Mars 1-8 6-3

Atlantic Daylight Time

New Brunswick, Can. 9:PM. Moon 4 - 9

Eastern Daylight Time

Ohio 12:29 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:29 PM. Venus 2-7

PA. 1:10 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:PM. Venus 2-7

New Jersey 12:57 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:56 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

New York 12:25 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:35 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Michigan 12:59 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:29 PM. Venus 2-7

Georgia 12:29 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1, 6:59 PM. Venus 2-7, 11:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Florida 1:30 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:57 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Kentucky 1:25 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 11:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Massachusetts 12:55 PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 7:57 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

North Carolina 3:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4, 11:22 PM. Mars 1-8 6-3

South Carolina 12:59 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 6:59 PM. Venus 2-7

Virginia 2:PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 11:PM. Mars 1-8 6-3

Maryland 12:27 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:56 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Tri - State 1:10 PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 6:55 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Washington, D.C. 2:14 PM. & 2:20 PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 8:15 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Delaware 1:58 PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 7:57 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Connecticut 1:57 PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 10:29 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Indiana 1:15 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 10:45 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

West Virginia 6:59 PM. Venus 2-7, 11:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Rhode Island 7:PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Ontario, Can. 2:PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 9:PM. Moon 4 - 9

Quebec, Can. 9:PM. Moon 4 - 9

Central Daylight Time

Arkansas 12:59 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 6:59 PM. Venus 2-7

Texas 10:AM. Sun 5 - 0, 12:27 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 6:PM. Sun 5 - 0, 10:12 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Illinois 10:30 AM. Mercury 3-6 8-1, 12:40 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 6:30 PM. Venus 2-7, 9:20 PM. Saturn 1 - 6

Iowa 12:50 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 8:50 PM. Moon 4 - 9

Missouri 12:45 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 9:59 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Minnesota 6:25 PM. Venus 2-7

Tennessee 9:28 AM. Venus 2-7, 12:28 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 6:28 PM. Venus 2-7

Oklahoma 9:58 PM. Saturn 1 - 6

Nebraska 9: to 9:15 PM. Moon 4 - 9

Wisconsin 6:29 PM. Venus 2-7, 9:05 PM. Moon 4 - 9

Louisiana 9:30 PM. Saturn 1 - 6

Kansas 9:10 PM. Moon 4 - 9

Manitoba, Can. 8:PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Mountain Standard Time

Arizona 10:25 PM. Mars 1-8 6-3

Mountain Daylight Time

Colorado 7:36 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Idaho 1:59 PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 7:59 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

New Mexico 1:05 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 9:45 PM. Saturn 1 - 6

Pacific Daylight Time

California 1:05 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 6:35 PM. Venus 2-7

Oregon 1:PM. Moon 4 - 9, 4:PM. Mars 1-8 6-3, 7:PM. Venus 2-7, 10:PM. Saturn 1 - 6

Washington 8:PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Australian Western Standard Time

Singapore 6:30 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1

Philippines 2:15 PM. Mars 1-8 6-3, 5:PM. Venus 2-7, 9:15 PM. Mars 1-8 6-3

British Summer Time

London, Eng. 9:03 PM. Moon 4 - 9

Today is the 211 day of the year with 154 days left in the year

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Vtrac          v322                                 v215

Green numbers are the Planet and sign numbers, Black numbers are mirror numbers.

Good Luck Libra Dave   

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    Blue Moon – second July full moon – on July 31

     

    Full moon reflection by Flickr user Ava Verino

    Blue Moon coming! If you see the moon in tonight’s sky, you’ll see it’s nearly full. In fact, it’ll likely look like a full moon to you. Look at the calendar, and it’ll probably tell you that this month’s second full moon will fall tomorrow – on July 31, 2015. However, for much of North America, it’ll actually turn precisely full before sunrise tomorrow, on July 31. Thus many will call tomorrow’s full moon – and probably tonight’s nearly full moon as well – a Blue Moon.

    Will you see the moon as blue in color? Nope. The name Blue Moon has nothing to do with the color blue. It’s just a name for the second full moon in a calendar month.

    Read about the origin of the name Blue moon here

    If the moon won’t be blue in color tonight or tomorrow night, what will it look like? It’ll look like any ordinary full moon.

    This month’s moon turns precisely full on July 31 at 10:43 Universal Time – the standard clock time at the prime meridian of 0o longitude.

    Translating Universal Time to the time zones in the mainland U.S., we see that the moon will reach the crest of its full phase at 6:43 a.m. EDT, 5:43 a.m. CDT, 4:43 a.m. MDT or 3:43 a.m. PDT on the morning of July 31. Does that mean you should look for the moon at those exact times? Not necessarily. Those times just indicate when the moon is precisely full.

    As always, the moon at the vicinity of full phase remains pretty much opposite the sun all night long – rising around sunset, overhead around midnight, setting around sunrise.

    So even though tonight’s moon will look plenty full as it lights up the nighttime from dusk until dawn, the full moon – astronomically speaking – only represents a fleeting instant of time.

    It’s when the moon stands 180o opposite the sun in ecliptic longitude.

    Everything you need to know about the July 31 Blue Moon

     

    Day and night sides of Earth at instant of July 31 full moon

    Day and night sides of earth at the instant of the July 31 full moon (2015 July 31 at 10:43 Universal Tine). Image credit via Earth & Moon Viewer

    Day and night sides of earth at the instant of the July 31 full moon (2015 July 31 at 10:43 Universal Tine). Image credit via Earth & Moon Viewer

    Bottom line: The July 31, 2015 full moon won’t appear blue in color. But – as the second of two full moons to occur in a single calendar month – many will call it a Blue Moon.

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