Lunar phases Sept 2020

phases of the moonLunar Phases – Sept 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

To read about the Astrology of the New and Full Moons each month, sign up for my monthly newsletter here on my website and follow my Chirone Shakti – Stargazer Astrology page on Facebook.

 

Skywatching: Venus twinkles brightly in the eastern sky before sunrise as the Morning Star. Mars the red planet rises before midnight and is overhead by sunrise. Jupiter & Saturn can be seen in the east at sunset, both very bright and they move higher in the sky as the night progresses. 

 

Full Moon: Wed 2 Sept 2020 at 3.21pm AEST at 10 Pisces   

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Thurs 10 Sept 2020 at 7.26pm AEST at 18 Gemini

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Thurs 17 Sept 2020 at 9.00pm AEST at 25 Virgo

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Thurs 24 Sept 2020 at 11.55am at 1 Capricorn

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

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Lunar Phases August 2020

phases of the moonLunar Phases – August 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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Full Moon: Tues 4 Aug 2020 at 1.58am AEST at 11 Aquarius

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Wed 12 Aug 2020 at 2.45am AEST at 19 Taurus

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Wed 19 Aug 2020 at 12.41pm AEST at 26 Leo

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Wed 26 Aug 2020 at 3.59am AEST at 2 Sagittarius

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

  

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Lunar phases July 2020

Lunar Phases – July 2020

phases of the moonTimes are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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Skywatching 

Jupiter & Saturn rise in the east in the early evening, both very bright and they can be seen higher in the sky as the night progresses.  Mars the red planet rises around midnight.

Venus shines brightly now as the Morning Star. 

 

Lunar Phases – JULY 2020

(Second) Lunar eclipse Full Moon: Sun 5 July 2020 at 2.44pm AEST at 13 Capricorn

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head, intensified by the lunar eclipse.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Mon 13 July 2020 at 9.29am AEST at 21 Aries

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Tues 21 July 2020 at 3.32am AEST at 28 Cancer

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts, intensified by the solar eclipse.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Mon 27 July 2020 at 10.33pm AEST at 4 Scorpio

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

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Lunar Phases June 2020

 

phases of the moonLunar Phases – June 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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Skywatching  Venus is now making her dramatic switch from Evening Star to Morning Star!  She’s in the underworld right now, and will reappear as the Morning Star just before sunrise around 12 June.

Jupiter, Saturn and Mars rise in the east around midnight, then can be seen higher in the sky as the night progresses.

Mercury will be at its most visible in the evening sky on Thurs 4 June, when it’s at its furthest distance from the Sun and its highest point above the horizon.  Look to the west just after sunset and you’ll see Mercury quite low in the sky.

 

Lunar eclipse Full Moon:  Sat 6 June 2020 at 5.12am AEST at 15 Sagittarius

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head, intensified by the lunar eclipse.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter:  Sat 13 June 2020 at 4.24pm AEST at 22 Pisces

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

Solar eclipse New Moon: Sun 21 June 2020 at 4.41pm AEST at zero Cancer

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts, intensified by the solar eclipse.  You can set powerful intentions now!

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Sun 28 June 2020 at 6.16pm AEST at 7 Libra

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

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Lunar Phases – May 2020

Lunar Phases – May 2020

phases of the moon

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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Skywatching   Venus can be still be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset, but she’ll be progressively lower in the sky from when she turns retrograde on 13 May.

Venus and Mercury are visible together in the west in the early evening for a few days either side of 22 May when they’ll be at their closest.

Jupiter, Saturn and Mars rise in the east around midnight, then can be seen higher in the sky as the night progresses.

 

 

 supermoon

Supermoon Full Moon: Thurs 7 May 2020 at 8.45pm AEST at 17 Scorpio

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head, intensified by the Supermoon.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Fri 15 May 2020 at 00.03am AEST at 24 Aquarius

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Sat 23 May 2020 at 3.38am AEST at 2 Gemini

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Sat 30 May 2020 at 1.30pm AEST at 9 Virgo

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

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Lunar phases April 2020

phases of the moonLunar Phases – April 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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Skywatching  Four planets are visible in the early morning sky at present: Mars the red planet is high in the eastern sky before sunrise, with Jupiter and Saturn either side of Mars, Jupiter the higher of the two.  Mercury is visible low on the eastern horizon shortly before sunrise. At night, Venus can be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset.

 

First Quarter:  Wed 1 April 2020 at 8.21pm AEST at 12 Cancer

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Supermoon Full Moon:  Wed 8 April 2020 at 12.34pm AEST at 18 Libra

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head, intensified by the Supermoon.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter:  Wed 15 April 2020 at 8.56am AEST at 25 Capricorn

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon:  Thurs 23 April 2020 at 12.25pm AEST at 3 Taurus

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

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Lunar Phases – Feb 2020

phases of the moonLunar Phases – Feb 2020

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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First Quarter: Sun 2 Feb 2020 at 11.42am at 12 Taurus

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Full Moon: Sun 9 Feb 2020 at 5.33pm at 20 Leo

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Sun 16 Feb 2020 at 8.17am at 26 Scorpio

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Mon 24 Feb 2020 at 1.31am at 4 Pisces

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

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Lunar Phases January 2020

Lunar Phases – Jan 2020

phases of the moon

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

To read about the Astrology of the New and Full Moons each month, sign up for my monthly newsletter here on the left-hand side of the page and follow my Chirone Shakti – Stargazer Astrology page on Facebook.

 

Skywatching  Venus can be seen as the Evening Star twinkling in the western sky after sunset.  Saturn and Jupiter are now too close to the Sun to be visible.  If you’re up early, you’ll see Mars as a reddish Morning Star in the east before sunrise. 

 

First Quarter: Fri 3 Jan 2020 at 2.45pm at 12 Aries

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Lunar Eclipse Full Moon: Sat 11 Jan 2020 at 5.21am at 20 Cancer

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Fri 17 Jan 2020 at 10.58pm at 26 Libra

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

New Moon: Sat 25 Jan 2020 at 7.41am at 4 Aquarius

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

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Moon phases – November 2019

phases of the moonLunar Phases – Nov 2019

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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New Moon: Mon 28 Oct 2019 at 1.38pm at 4 Scorpio

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Mon 4 Nov 2019 at 8.23pm at 11 Aquarius

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Full Moon: Tues 12 Nov 2019 at 11.34pm at 19 Taurus

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Wed 20 Nov 2019 at 7.10am at 27 Leo

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

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Lunar Phases – September 2019

phases of the moonLunar Phases – September 2019

Times are given in Queensland time (AEST). 

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New Moon: Fri 30 Aug 2019 at 8.37pm at 6 Virgo

A time of renewed energy as a new cycle starts, intensified by the Supermoon.

Moon planting: The week following the New Moon is the best time for planting leafy greens.

 

First Quarter: Fri 6 Sept 2019 at 1.10pm at 13 Sagittarius

A time to take decisive action with unfolding events as the light of the Moon continues to grow.

Moon planting: The week following First Quarter Moon is ideal for planting fruiting vegetables.

 

Full Moon: Sat 14 Sept 2019 at 2.33pm at 21 Pisces

A high energy time when things often come to fruition or events come to a head – intensified by the eclipse.

Moon planting: The week following Full Moon is the best time for planting root crops.

 

Last Quarter: Sun 22 Sept 2019 at 12.41pm at 28 Gemini

A time of reorientation as the light of the Moon decreases, eventually going into the low-energy time of Old Moon just before the cycle begins again with the next New Moon.

Moon planting: The last week of the Moon cycle is the best time for weeding and composting.

 

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