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Daily Declination Table for
        Sun and Personal Planets 2019 - 2020

Updated February 1, 2020 by J McCaul

For easy daily reference, the tables display the monthly declinations in Standard Greenwich Mean Time at Midnight. Exdek* (Out of Bounds) is         Bold Red. When planets are transiting through the upper portions of the Hidek**, within a degree of transiting Out of Bounds, they will appear in red. When we see a month with a lot of red displayed, you can be certain that there will be some intense moments throughout that month.

Not all planets transit into the extreme declinations. The Sun will never appear beyond the maximum declination of 23 degrees 27 minutes. Mercury, Venus and Mars typically transit Out of Bounds once or twice a year. Jupiter is likely to go out of bounds every six years, but does not always.

The graph at the bottom of the page is only for the planets shown on this page. The minus sign "-" represents the Southern declinations. On some graphs, a plus "+" represents the Northern declinations, but on ours, it is inferred that if there is not a minus, then the planets are transiting in the Northern declinations.

Another transition period is when planets transit over the equator which is referred to as zero degrees "0°." Take note of dates that this is occurring as there will tend to be an extra emotional intensity during those periods, as well.

It is currently February 18, 2020 1:29 GMT
Feb 1S17°19'S13°59'S4°01'S23°00'S22°42'
Feb 2S17°02'S13°17'S3°30'S23°04'S22°40'
Feb 3S16°44'S12°35'S2°58'S23°08'S22°39'
Feb 4S16°27'S11°52'S2°27'S23°11'S22°38'
Feb 5S16°09'S11°09'S1°56'S23°15'S22°37'
Feb 6S15°51'S10°26'S1°24'S23°18'S22°35'
Feb 7S15°32'S9°43'S0°53'S23°21'S22°34'
Feb 8S15°14'S9°02'S0°21'S23°23'S22°33'
Feb 9S14°55'S8°21'N0°10'S23°26'S22°31'
Feb 10S14°36'S7°42'N0°41'S23°28'S22°30'
Feb 11S14°16'S7°05'N1°13'S23°30'S22°29'
Feb 12S13°56'S6°31'N1°44'S23°32'S22°27'
Feb 13S13°37'S5°59'N2°16'S23°34'S22°26'
Feb 14S13°16'S5°30'N2°47'S23°36'S22°24'
Feb 15S12°56'S5°06'N3°18'S23°37'S22°23'
Feb 16S12°35'S4°45'N3°49'S23°38'S22°22'
Feb 17S12°15'S4°28'N4°20'S23°39'S22°20'
Feb 18S11°54'S4°17'N4°51'S23°39'S22°19'
Feb 19S11°33'S4°10'N5°22'S23°40'S22°17'
Feb 20S11°11'S4°08'N5°53'S23°40'S22°16'
Feb 21S10°50'S4°11'N6°24'S23°40'S22°14'
Feb 22S10°28'S4°18'N6°54'S23°40'S22°13'
Feb 23S10°06'S4°30'N7°25'S23°40'S22°12'
Feb 24S9°44'S4°47'N7°55'S23°39'S22°10'
Feb 25S9°22'S5°06'N8°25'S23°38'S22°09'
Feb 26S9°00'S5°29'N8°55'S23°37'S22°07'
Feb 27S8°37'S5°54'N9°24'S23°36'S22°06'
Feb 28S8°15'S6°21'N9°54'S23°35'S22°04'
Feb 29S7°52'S6°49'N10°23'S23°33'S22°03'
Feb 2020

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* Exdek = Extreme declinations of latitudes beyond 23 degrees 27 minutes (23°27').
** Hidek = High declinations of latitudes between 21 degrees and 23 degrees 27 minutes (21°00' - 23°27')

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