The following graph shows the degrees of orb for the transit of each astrological body relative to each natal body. Each line represents a particular transit, with
the top of the graph representing an orb of 0° (the angle is exact), and the bottom representing ±5° from exact. For example, "Venus trine Mercury"
means the geo-centric angle formed between the current position of Venus, as compared to the position of Mercury at birth is 120° (trine). When the angle is exact,
it is said that the transit's effect is at its strongest, but the effect can be felt when the angle is within a few degrees (orb) of exact.
Each of the five major angles are represented by a different coloured line:
0° is conjunct,
60° is sextile,
90° is square,
120° is trine,
and 180° is opposite.
The list of transits below the graph show the date and time of the start and end of a transit, as well as the time at which it goes exact. Click on a label, or a line
on the graph, to highlight the labels and lines corresponding to that transit. Click near the bottom of the graph to move the cursor to that point. A black vertical line
will appear on the graph, and a list of all the transits that the cursor intersects will be shown, sorted from top to bottom.
To learn more about astrology and interpreting the results, check out http://astrolibrary.org/lessons/ or