Transits for Astro-Trading
You can search for transits of a certain kind after the displayed start or end date.
First an example in geocentric astrology. On September 11, 2001, Saturn was within a 3° opposition to Pluto.
From this transit table we see that Saturn began a 3° opposition to Pluto on July 10, 2001, the opposition became exact on August 5, and again on November 1, and this 3° opposition ended on November 29, with another 3° opposition in 2002 and another in 2003. (The planetary configuration on the morning of September 11, 2001, is shown here. A grand trine, a kite, a T-square and a trapezium were all present.)
If you now wish to know the date of the next 3° square after this opposition then check the two checkboxes, set the orb and aspect as shown at right, and click on 'Search' to get the output below:
Saturn and Pluto first form a 3° square on October 11, 2009, and this square becomes exact on November 15, 2009, at 08:54 EST. Somewhere between 1° and 2° from exact, Saturn turns retrograde, and there is another exact square on January 31, 2010. It remains retrograde until the 3° square ends on March 9, 2010.
Similar remarks apply to searching for heliocentric transits. For example, here is the transit table for all 10° conjunctions, oppositions and squares between Earth and Mars during 2016-2017:
From this transit table we see that an exact conjunction between Earth and Mars occurs on May 22, 2016, at 11:14 GMT, an exact square occurs on January 14, 2017, at 01:50 GMT, and an exact opposition occurs on July 27, 2017, at 01:17 GMT.
If you now wish to know the date of the first 10° trine after the start date then check the two checkboxes, set the orb and aspect as shown at right, and click on 'Search' to get the output below:
Earth and Mars form a 10° trine from March 1, 2017, until April 14, 2017, and the trine is exact on March 23, 2017, at 09:49 GMT.
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