Planet-Star Conjunctions

The Planet-Star Conjunctions window is opened by selecting the "Tables" main menu item or clicking the  "Tables" Toolbar button, and then selecting the "Planet-Star Conjunctions" menu option.

The window displays a list of stars conjoined with each planet. For example:

Sun 27°47'54"Cnc tau Puppis 2,93 27°43'26"Cnc (-0° 4'28") Moon 22°45'58"Cnc POLLUX 78 beta Gemini 1,14 23°13'37"Cnc ( 0°27'38") Mercury 10°48'55"Cnc 30 Gemini 4,49 10°52'25"Cnc ( 0° 3'29") 60 Auriga 6,30 10°47'36"Cnc (-0° 1'20") Venus 16°18'59"Gem 2 Camelopardalis 5,35 16°16'14"Gem (-0° 2'45") RIGEL 19 beta Orion 0,12 16°50'29"Gem ( 0°31'31")

For each planet (and/or Pars, and/or House) the following data is given:
- common name of the star (if available)
- astronomical designation
- apparent visual magnitude (brightness)
- zodiacal longitude
- aspectual angle of contact
Only stars with a recognized designation are included.

Orbs for planet-star conjunctions are always calculated as the lesser of the orb of the planet and the star, regardless of the "Orb Calculation" setting on the Chart Settings - Aspects tab. Normally, then, star orbs defined in the orb tables will take precedence over planets' orbs specification. Likewise, the set orb for nebulae (Aspects tab, "Orb of Nebulae") takes precedence in planet-nebula conjunctions.