Planetary Days and Hours

Location: New York, NY Current Time: 26/01/15 17:23 Edit Settings Edit
iLuna: the astrological lunar calendar. The phase of the Moon, the sign of the Moon and the void-of-course period for many years
Selected Date: 26/01/15
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Moon Day Mars Day Mercury Day Jupiter Day Venus Day Saturn Day Sun Day
Planet Starts Ends Planet Starts Ends
Moon Hour 07:09 07:59 Venus Hour 17:07 18:17
Saturn Hour 07:59 08:49 Mercury Hour 18:17 19:27
Jupiter Hour 08:49 09:39 Moon Hour 19:27 20:38
Mars Hour 09:39 10:29 Saturn Hour 20:38 21:48
Sun Hour 10:29 11:18 Jupiter Hour 21:48 22:58
Venus Hour 11:18 12:08 Mars Hour 22:58 00:08
Mercury Hour 12:08 12:58 Sun Hour 00:08 01:18
Moon Hour 12:58 13:48 Venus Hour 01:18 02:28
Saturn Hour 13:48 14:38 Mercury Hour 02:28 03:38
Jupiter Hour 14:38 15:28 Moon Hour 03:38 04:48
Mars Hour 15:28 16:17 Saturn Hour 04:48 05:58
Sun Hour 16:17 17:07 Jupiter Hour 05:58 07:08

How To Use This Page

First of all, planetary hours are location-specific, so make sure that you've selected the appropriate location.

If you are not familiar with the planets' symbols, click on a symbol, and a dialog with the planet's name plus some keywords for it will open.

You will find the indication of the Planetary Day ruler for the selected date in the table above this text and a list of Planetary Hours for the selected date - in the table to the left of this text.

Note that a Planetary Day starts at the moment of sunrise on the given date in the selected location and ends with the next sunrise in this location. So Planetary Days do not coincide with the common calendar days.

The length of a Planetary Hour is not equal to 60 minutes, in most cases.

For more information on this topic, please read About Planetary Hours And Days article.

 

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