Aquarius Full Moon 2019

Venus and the Sun made their exact conjunction and Star Point yesterday at 4.07 pm. Today Mercury will finally leave behind his shadow phase and nothing will be holding back your positive view of life, its full steam ahead. The Aquarius Full Moon will fall five and a half hours later at 10.29 pm (AEST), with the Moon at 22 degrees and 24 minutes, the 23rd degree of Aquarius and the Sun opposite in Leo.

Partial Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius and Leo

This Partial Lunar eclipse, exact on August 8 at 4.12 am (AEST), will be visible over all of Australia, between 3 am and 5 am in Melbourne, more at Moon set for those in the coastal regions of NSW and QLD.