Saturn, the biggest and slowest moving karmic planet will be transiting in Visakha nakshatra (constellation) from 4th November 2013 after 07:43 HRS (IST) , according to K.P Ayanamsa. It will continue in same constellation till 1 November 2014, 23:33 HRS (IST), and then move onto Visakha nakshatra’s 4th quarter in Scorpio (Vrischik Rasi). Saturn transiting in constellation owned by Jupiter will...
Total Solar Eclipse occurs on 3rd november 2013 when Sun is conjunct with Moon, Mercury(Retrograde), Saturn and Rahu in Swati nakshtra of Libra sign (Thula Rasi). On this rare newmoon day, 5 planets will be conjunct in same sign (owned by Venus) & in same constellation (owned by Rahu), and the results will be extremely positive or negative. This is a hybrid eclipse of the Sun with a magnitude...
Penumbral lunar eclipse will take place on 18th/19th October, 2013, and this is the last lunar eclipse of this year. It is visible to naked eye as a dusky shading in the southern half of the Moon. Although it lasts for almost 4 hours, it is visible partially in East of North America, East of South America, West of Asia (Middle-East countries), Entire Europe and African continents. Timings of major...
Penumbral lunar eclipse will take place on May 25, 2013, the second of three this year. However, it will be visually imperceptible due to the small entry into the penumbral shadow. The duration is too short, just 33 minutes 34 seconds. This lunar eclipse is visible in North & South American continents (except Alaska), Western Europe (spain, portugal, UK at moonset), few west african countries...
Annular eclipse appears as a partial eclipse on 10th may 2013, and will be visible from northern Australia and the southern Pacific Ocean, with the maximum of 6 minutes 3 seconds visible from the Pacific Ocean east of French Polynesia. Eclipse Start Time – 07:49:34 (Sydney Time), Maximum Eclipse Time – 08:57:10, Eclipse End Time – 10:14:22 AM. An annular solar eclipse occurs when...