Jupiter semisextile Pluto

Jupiter is currently at 20° in the zodiac sign of Taurus and Pluto is currently at 2° in the sign of Aquarius.

Jupiter and Pluto are not currently semisextile.

This astrological aspect occurs when Jupiter is exactly 30° from Pluto. The influence of the semisextile can still be felt when they are up to 2 degrees apart.

  • The last time these two planets were directly semisextile was on Thursday, April 11, 2024 at 1:31am UTC. Jupiter was 23° in Taurus and Pluto was 23° in Aries.
  • The next time these two planets will have a direct semisextile is on Sunday, May 5, 2024 at 10:41pm UTC. Jupiter will be 23° in Taurus and Pluto will be 23° in Aries.

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