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Daily Declination Table for
       The Outer Planets 2016 - 2017

Updated March 1, 2017 by J McCaul

The Outer Planets transit through the declinations at an extremely slow, lumbering pace. Saturn, Chiron, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto may stay on the same degree and minute for several days to weeks at a time. For easy monthly references, the tables display the planets' declinations daily in Standard Greenwich Mean Time at Midnight. Exdek* (Out of Bounds) is displayed in Bold Red. When a planet is transiting through the upper portions of the Hidek**, within a degree of transiting Out of Bounds, it will appear in red.

Some outer planets, like Saturn and Neptune, will not transit into the extreme declinations. Chiron doesn't even transit into the high declinations typically maxing at about 18° on occasion. It is been over fifty years since Pluto has transited Out of Bounds. The last series of Pluto OOB transits occurred in 1953. When it does, beginning 2025, the transit will wobble in and out of the extreme declinations over a period of ten years. The last time Uranus transited Out of Bounds was in 1990. The next Uranus series will begin in 2031 for about five years of transits in and out of extreme declinations.

The graph at the bottom of the page is only for the Outer Planets. The minus sign "-" represents the Southern declinations. On some graphs, a plus "+" represents the Northern declinations, but on ours, it is inferred that if there is not a minus, then the planets are transiting in the Northern declinations. On the graph, you may notice that the declination numbers end at 20° or 30°. During periods where the planets do not transit into the high declinations, the graph will adjust to the lower number.

It is currently March 23, 2017 12:14 GMT
2017
DateSaturn
ChironUranusNeptunePluto
Mar 1S22°05'N01°02'N08°04'S07°58'S21°12'
Mar 2S22°05'N01°04'N08°05'S07°57'S21°12'
Mar 3S22°05'N01°05'N08°06'S07°57'S21°11'
Mar 4S22°05'N01°06'N08°08'S07°56'S21°11'
Mar 5S22°05'N01°08'N08°09'S07°55'S21°11'
Mar 6S22°05'N01°09'N08°10'S07°54'S21°11'
Mar 7S22°05'N01°10'N08°11'S07°53'S21°11'
Mar 8S22°05'N01°12'N08°12'S07°52'S21°11'
Mar 9S22°05'N01°13'N08°13'S07°51'S21°11'
Mar 10S22°05'N01°14'N08°14'S07°51'S21°11'
Mar 11S22°05'N01°16'N08°15'S07°50'S21°11'
Mar 12S22°05'N01°17'N08°17'S07°49'S21°10'
Mar 13S22°05'N01°19'N08°18'S07°48'S21°10'
Mar 14S22°05'N01°20'N08°19'S07°47'S21°10'
Mar 15S22°05'N01°21'N08°20'S07°46'S21°10'
Mar 16S22°05'N01°23'N08°21'S07°46'S21°10'
Mar 17S22°05'N01°24'N08°22'S07°45'S21°10'
Mar 18S22°05'N01°25'N08°24'S07°44'S21°10'
Mar 19S22°05'N01°27'N08°25'S07°43'S21°10'
Mar 20S22°05'N01°28'N08°26'S07°42'S21°10'
Mar 21S22°05'N01°30'N08°27'S07°41'S21°10'
Mar 22S22°05'N01°31'N08°28'S07°41'S21°10'
Mar 23S22°05'N01°32'N08°30'S07°40'S21°10'
Mar 24S22°05'N01°34'N08°31'S07°39'S21°10'
Mar 25S22°05'N01°35'N08°32'S07°38'S21°10'
Mar 26S22°05'N01°37'N08°33'S07°37'S21°10'
Mar 27S22°05'N01°38'N08°35'S07°37'S21°10'
Mar 28S22°05'N01°39'N08°36'S07°36'S21°09'
Mar 29S22°05'N01°41'N08°37'S07°35'S21°09'
Mar 30S22°05'N01°42'N08°38'S07°34'S21°09'
Mar 31S22°05'N01°43'N08°39'S07°33'S21°09'
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* Exdek = Extreme declinations of latitudes beyond 23 degrees 27 minutes (23°27').
** Hidek = High declinations of latitudes between 21 degrees and 23 degrees 27 minutes (21°00' - 23°27')