What are the dates for Mercury retrograde in 2019?

What are the dates for Mercury retrograde in 2019?

It occurs when the inner planet Mercury seems to move backwards, which is now occurring. It's happening for the third time this year, from October 31 to November 20, 2019. From February 17 through March 10, 2020. And again from August 21 to September 4, 2020.

The reason for these retrogrades is that information transmitted via telecommunication technologies is not secure. For example, someone could eavesdrop on your phone call or email message. As another example, computer hackers can access databases containing information about people's accounts numbers and change certain information about them. This can result in people being charged with crimes they did not commit. As a last example, enemies of America could use cyberattacks against our telecommunications systems.

During these periods, it is not safe to send important documents by email, text message, or other electronic means of communication. You should write down your messages instead. Keep communications between you and others to a minimum during these times.

If you're a business, professional relationships may suffer during these periods. Don't accept job offers or other responsibilities during these times. If you do, you might not be able to follow through on them. Instead, wait until the retrograde is over before accepting any jobs.

Financial planners and investors should be aware of potential problems with their investments and financial plans during these periods.

What are the Mercury Retrograde dates for 2021?

Mercury will be completely retrograde in 2021 at the following dates:

  • January 30 to February 21.
  • May 29 to June 22.
  • September 27 to October 23.

Is Jupiter retrograde right now in 2021?

We're in Jupiter Retrograde, which lasts from June 20 to October 18 in 2021. When a planet seems to rotate backwards, it is said to be in retrograde. It's an optical illusion, but it has an effect, namely, it reverses the planet's influence. During a retrograde period, a planet will appear to move around its axis in the opposite direction as other planets in the system. Before Jupiter entered retrograde in 1999, it had one of the most active periods in modern history with several major earthquakes occurring on both Earth and Venus.

Jupiter is a huge planet that takes 12 years to make a full rotation. Because of this, there are times when it appears to be moving in relation to stars behind it or even in front of it. This is called "retrograde motion." The reason for this is because Jupiter is spinning on its axis in a direction opposite to the direction it is moving. As long as Jupiter is not rotating faster or slower than 10 miles per hour, we won't notice any difference between its backward and forward movements across the sky.

When Jupiter enters retrograde, it actually moves into alignment with another large planet, Saturn. This causes all kinds of effects based on how each planet is influencing events at the time. Sometimes these effects are pleasant; sometimes they aren't so pleasant.

In August 2021, Jupiter will leave retrograde mode and return to normal rotation.

Is there any evidence that Mercury is a planet?

If you monitor it between July 20th and August 9th, you'll notice Mercury wandering, offering strong evidence that it is, in fact, a planet. Infrared images (center, 2007) can be rebuilt, or the Messenger mission can fly to Mercury and photograph it directly (right).

Why is my teacher saying that Mercury is a planet? Mercury is a planet because the International Astronomical Union (IAU) rules classify it as such. Any body that orbits the Sun may be classified as a planet if it has the appropriate size and density.

Besides Earth, only eight other objects in the Solar System are classified as planets: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, which were all discovered by astronomers, and Mercury, which was first seen in 1858 by American astronomer Asaph Hall. The IAU definition of a planet requires that objects must be spherical, but many non-planetary bodies such as asteroids and comets have been observed using telescopes to be round, so they're not disqualified from being classed as planets.

Some people might say that Venus and Mercury are not stable enough to be considered true planets, but this is incorrect. The term "planet" does not mean "ball of rock," although that's what some planets are like. A planet is simply any object that orbits the Sun that is large enough to be classified as a planet.

Is Scorpio retrograde in 2020?

The final Mercury retrograde of 2020 happens in the sign of Scorpio from Tuesday, October 13 to Tuesday, November 3. Yes, Election Day falls on the last day of Mercury retrograde, and yes, Scorpio is a fiery sign, but this retrograde isn't all drama. There are some interesting ideas being floated around during these conversations. One idea that may come up if you're talking to someone who is skeptical about climate change is that maybe parts of Africa are experiencing an ice age right now. That would be news to many scientists who study ice ages closely, but it's possible that they could be wrong about what's going on with Antarctica.

Another thought-provoking concept that may come up during these conversations is that of time travel. If we were able to create a machine that could go back in time, would this be possible? Many physicists say no, because time is relative to your location. If you went back in time, you wouldn't be able to tell anyone else was there, so they would never build any time machines. Other physicists believe that time travel is possible, though it has serious limitations. Where would you go? These are questions only you can answer for yourself, but they're fun topics for conversation with Scorpios during Mercury retrograde.

Finally, here's something interesting about Scorpios: according to myth and legend, these stars are actually connected by a giant thread called the Milky Way.

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