Here’s an interesting article about the Prime Meridian from National Geographic that is worth a look:
The Oklahoma tornado disaster on Monday May 20, 2013 coincided with an exact square between Uranus and Pluto. The fast and furious destructive power of a tornado that clears everything out of its path offers perfect symbolism for the clash between these two planets. My heartfelt prayers go out to those who experienced tragic losses during this devastating tornado.
Horses and riders will gallop and leap around Greenwich Park during the Olympic Eventing Cross Country on Monday.
Fences of note include a planet at fence #6, a moon at fence #7, sundials at fences #14a & b, and the observatory at fence #26.
Best of luck to all as they compete at the “home” of the prime meridian.
Big, bright, and gorgeous Full Moon–see National Geographic link for pics and more. The Moon will reach Full only 2 minutes after it passes perigee (it’s closest point to Earth). This is the closest that perigee will occur to a Full Moon for this century. The second runner up for this honor occurs Jan 21, 2023.
Transit Of Venus Across the Sun June 5- 6, 2012
This isn’t your regular run-of-the-mill astrological “transit.”