- 2018: February-March Moon Cycle
- new Moon at 27° Aquarius 08′
- full Moon in 11° Virgo 23′
This cycle begins on February 15 with the Sun and new Moon in Aquarius; and comes to fruition on March 2, 2018 with the full Moon in Virgo and the Sun in Pisces.
The new Moon features a partial solar eclipse. According to EarthSky.org's article:
...the partial eclipse of the sun starts at sunrise over the South Pacific Ocean, and then the moon’s penumbral shadow moves eastward across the globe, to finally end at sunset nearly 4 hours later over the South Atlantic Ocean.
At the new Moon there's a stellium in Aquarius containing 4 bodies: Mercury, Juno, Moon, and Sun. By the full Moon, all these bodies have moved into Pisces, forming a six-member stellium: Juno, Sun, Neptune, Mercury, Venus, and Chiron.
It's time for me to take a break from writing about the Moon cycles. I will continue to post charts and calendars, but with little discussion.
Here are some supplementary charts; you can find more charts by following the links above.