Sun Sign Calculator

Most people know their Sun Sign (a.k.a. Star Sign), which can be easily found from the date of birth using widely available tables of Sun Sign dates. However, in many cases, when the date of birth is close to the border between two signs, such general tables can be wrong. This is because the precise date and time of the Sun's entry into a Sign of the Zodiac differs quite substantially year after year. Even for the same year, the time of the Sun's entry into, say, Aries will be very different in New York and Tokyo.

As an example, everyone born on the 20th of January 1980 in San Francisco has Aquarius for their Sun Sign, because the Sun was already in the Sign of Aquarius then. However, most popular tables will tell you that January 20, 1980 still belongs to Capricorn.

I created this Sun Sign Calculator primarily for those who want to find their true Sun Sign. By entering your date and time of birth and specifying the time zone where you were born, you can make sure that the probability of an error is minimal. However, this calculator isn't perfect, in some cases it can make a mistake. See Sun Sign Calculator and its Limitations, as well as a description of a few alternatives.

Also, this calculator allows me to provide a link to a list of famous people who have their Sun in exactly same degree as yours. I think this information will be interesting for many users.



Sun Sign for 31 January 2015 03:53:04 GMT:

Aquarius Degree: 10° 56'
People with the Sun in the same degree

The Sun-in-Aquarius individual tends to nurture an intense interest in a specific and unique field of knowledge or another, and will often play a central role such as leader or main expert in a group of friends with that same interest.

These people are often interested in politics, even if on a small scale, such as in their town or village?s local politics, or they might join some other kind of movement in which they can be surrounded by a group of like-minded people.

Sun-in-Aquarius people don't change their opinions easily and can be quite stubborn.

 

 

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