John Glenn

EL61/Sun conjunction

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>>John Herschel Glenn Jr. (born July 18, 1921, in Cambridge, Ohio) is a former United States Senator who first rose to fame as the first American to orbit the Earth as an astronaut in NASA's Mercury program. Glenn began his career as a Marine Corps fighter pilot before joining the Mercury Seven, NASA's original astronaut group. He orbited the Earth aboard Friendship 7 in 1962. After retiring from NASA, he served in the Senate from 1974 to 1999, serving as a Democrat and representing the state of Ohio.
He was honored with a Congressional Space Medal of Honor in 1978 and was inducted into the Astronauts Hall of Fame in 1990. He became the oldest person to fly in space and the only person to fly on the first and most recent space program (Mercury and Shuttle programs) when, at the age of 77 in 1998, he flew aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-95). Glenn and M. Scott Carpenter are the last surviving members of the Mercury Seven as of July 2008.
Early life and military career
Glenn was born in Cambridge, Ohio and raised in New Concord, Ohio and studied chemistry at Muskingum College. Glenn received his private pilotís license as physics course credit at Muskingum in 1941. After the Attack on Pearl Harbor, he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps. When the Army did not call him up, he enlisted as a United States Navy aviation cadet in March 1942 and was trained at Naval Air Station Olathe where he made his first solo flight in a military aircraft. During advanced training at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi he was reassigned to the United States Marine Corps in 1943. During World War II he was originally assigned to VMJ-353 flying R4D transport planes but eventually managed a transfer to VMF-155 as an F4U Corsair pilot and flew in 59 combat missions. He saw action over the Marshall Islands, specifically Maloelap, where he attacked anti-aircraft gunnery and dropped bombs. In 1945, Glenn was transferred to Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland where he was promoted to captain by the war's end.
Following the war, as a member of VMF-218, Glenn flew patrol missions in North China, until his unit was moved to Guam. In 1948 he became a flight instructor at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas. Following that he attended amphibious warfare school and was given a staff assignment.
Glenn was finally assigned to VMF-311 flying the F9F Panther and eventually took part in 63 combat missions with the Marines during the Korean War. It was during this time that Glenn earned the nickname "Magnet Ass", for his ability to attract flak. On two occasions he brought his jet back to base with over 250 holes in it. During his time in Korea, Glenn also served for a time alongside Ted Williams, a future hall of fame baseball player for the Boston Red Sox. On his second tour he flew with the United States Air Force on an interservice exchange. Flying 27 missions in the F-86 Sabre, he shot down three MiG-15s near the Yalu River in the last nine days of the war.
He returned to NAS Pax River, with an appointment to the Test Pilot School (class 12). As a test pilot, he served as armament officer, flying planes to high altitude and testing their cannon/machine guns. On July 16, 1957, Glenn completed the first supersonic transcontinental flight in a Vought F8U-1 Crusader. The flight from NAS Los Alamitos, California to Floyd Bennett Field, New York took 3 hours, 23 minutes and 8.4 seconds. As Glenn passed over his hometown, a child in the neighborhood reportedly ran to the Glenn house shouting "Johnny dropped a bomb! Johnny dropped a bomb! Johnny dropped a bomb!" as the sonic boom shook the town. Project Bullet, as the mission was called, provided both the first transcontinental flight to average supersonic speed (despite three in-flight refuelings during which speeds dropped below 300 mph), and the first continuous transcontinental panoramic photograph of the United States. Glenn was awarded his fifth Distinguished Flying Cross for the mission.

In April 1959, Glenn was assigned to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as one of the original group of Mercury astronauts for the Mercury Project.

During this time, he remained an officer in the Marine Corps. He became the third American in space and the first to orbit the Earth, aboard Friendship 7 on February 20, 1962, on the "Mercury Atlas 6" mission, circling the globe three times during a flight lasting 4 hours, 55 minutes, and 23 seconds.

During the mission there was concern that his heat shield had failed and that his craft would burn up on re-entry but he made his splash down safely. Glenn was celebrated as a national hero, and received a ticker-tape parade reminiscent of Lindbergh. His fame and political gifts were noted by the Kennedys, and he became a personal friend of the Kennedy family.
Although NASA did not publish the frequencies for the communications with space, according to a TV documentary two Italian radio enthusiasts, the Judica Cordiglia brothers, used a photograph of an American space ship to calculate the length of the antenna. They found the frequency and were the first individuals to record the voice of Glenn from space.
Glenn resigned from NASA six weeks after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to run for office in his home state of Ohio. In 1965, Glenn retired as a Colonel from the USMC and entered the business world as an executive for Royal Crown Cola. He reentered politics later on. Some accounts of Glenn's years at NASA suggest that Glenn was prevented from flying in Gemini or Apollo missions, either by President Kennedy, himself, or by NASA management, on the grounds that the subsequent loss of a national hero of such stature would seriously harm or even end the manned space program. Yet Glenn resigned from the astronaut corps on January 30, 1964, well before even the first Gemini crew was assigned.
Three decades later, after serving 24 years in the Senate, Glenn lifted off for a second space flight on October 29, 1998, on Space Shuttle Discovery's STS-95, in order to study the effects of space flight on the elderly. At age 77, Glenn became the oldest person ever to go into space.

Glenn's participation in the nine-day mission was criticized by some in the space community as a junket for a politician. Others noted that Glenn's flight offered valuable research on weightlessness and other aspects of space flight on the same person at two points in life thirty-five years apart ó by far the longest interval between space flights by the same person. Upon the safe return of the STS-95 crew, Glenn (and his crewmates) received another ticker-tape parade, making him the ninth (and, as of 2007, final) person to have ever received multiple ticker-tape parades in his lifetime (as opposed to that of a sports team).
Glenn vehemently opposed the sending of Dennis Tito, the world's first space tourist, to the International Space Station on the grounds that Tito's trip served no scientific purpose.
The NASA John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field in Cleveland, Ohio is named after him. Colonel Glenn Highway, which runs by Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Wright State University near Dayton, Ohio, and John Glenn High School in his hometown of New Concord, Ohio were named for him as well.

Life in politics
In 1964, John Glenn announced that he was resigning from the space program to run against incumbent Senator Stephen M. Young in the Democratic primary, but he was forced to withdraw when he hit his head on a bathtub. He sustained a concussion and injured his inner ear. Recovery left him unable to campaign at that time.
Glenn remained close to the Kennedy family and was with Sen. Robert F. Kennedy when he was assassinated.
In 1970, Glenn contested for the Democratic nomination for U. S. Senate; Glenn was defeated in the primary by fellow Democrat Howard Metzenbaum, who went on to lose the general election race to Robert Taft Jr. In the bitterly-fought 1974 Democratic primary rematch, Glenn defeated Metzenbaum, who had earlier been appointed by Ohio governor John J. Gilligan to fill out the Senate term of William B. Saxbe, who had resigned to become U. S. attorney general. Metzenbaum was running to retain the seat to which he had been appointed. In the 1974 general election, Glenn defeated Republican Mayor of Cleveland Ralph Perk, beginning a Senate career that would continue until 1999. In 1980, Glenn won re-election to the seat, defeating Republican challenger Jim Betts. In 1986, Glenn defeated challenger U.S. Representative Tom Kindness.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Glenn and Metzenbaum (who was elected to the Senate in 1976) had strained relations, even though they were both from the same party and the same state. There was a thaw in 1983 when Metzenbaum endorsed Glenn for president, and in 1988, in response to a charge by Metzenbaum's opponent George Voinovich that Metzenbaum was soft on child pornography, Glenn appeared in a television ad in support of Metzenbaum.
In 1990, Glenn was inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Glenn was one of the five U. S. Senators caught up with Lincoln Savings and the Keating Five Scandal after accepting a $200,000 contribution from Charles Keating. Glenn and Republican Senator John McCain were the only Senators exonerated. The Senate Commission found that Glenn had exercised "poor judgment." The association of his name with the scandal gave Republicans hope that he would be vulnerable in the 1992 campaign. Instead, Glenn handily defeated Lieutenant Governor R. Michael DeWine to keep his seat. This 1992 re-election victory was the last time a Democrat won a statewide race in Ohio until 2006; DeWine later won Metzenbaum's seat upon his retirement.
In 1998, Glenn declined to run for re-election. The Democratic party chose Mary Boyle to replace him, but she was defeated by then-Ohio Gov. George Voinovich.
Glenn made a bid to run as Vice President with Jimmy Carter in 1976, but Carter selected Minnesota Senator Walter Mondale at the 1976 Democratic National Convention. Glenn also mounted a bid to be the 1984 Democratic Presidential candidate. Early on, Glenn polled well, coming in a strong second to Mondale. It was also surmised that he would be aided by the almost-simultaneous release of The Right Stuff, a film about the original seven Mercury astronauts in which it was generally agreed that Glenn's character was portrayed in an appealing manner. However, Glenn thought it would be bad form to capitalize on this kind of publicity, and didn't make much of these achievements in the period leading up to the Iowa caucuses. Media attention turned to Mondale, Gary Hart, and Jesse Jackson, and by the time his campaign started playing up The Right Stuff for the New Hampshire primary, it was already too late. His failed 1984 presidential bid left Glenn with over $3 million in campaign debt that took over 20 years to pay off.
During his time in the Senate, he was chief author of the 1978 Nonproliferation Act, served as chairman of the Committee on Governmental Affairs from 1987 until 1995, sat on the Foreign Relations and Armed Services committees and the Special Committee on Aging. Once Republicans regained control of the Senate, Glenn also served as the ranking minority member on a special Senate investigative committee chaired by Tennessee senator Fred Dalton Thompson that looked into alleged illegal donations by China to U.S. political campaigns for the 1996 election. There was considerable acrimony between the two very high-profile senators during the life of this committee, which reached a level of public disagreement between the five leaders of a Congressional committee seldom seen in recent years.
In 2004 John Glenn was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars of the Smithsonian Institute at a presentation in Columbus.

Public affairs institute
Glenn helped found the John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy at the Ohio State University to encourage public service in 1998. On July 1, 2006 the institute merged with OSU's School of Public Policy and Management to become the John Glenn School of Public Affairs. Today he holds an adjunct professorship at both the Glenn School and Ohio State's Department of Political Science.

Personal life
Raised in Cambridge as well as New Concord, Ohio, Glenn married his childhood sweetheart, Anna Margaret Castor, whom he met in New Concord and with whom he played in the band; they are the parents of two children, David and Carolyn. Both Glenn and his then-future wife, Annie, attended Muskingum College in New Concord.
Glenn is part of the Glenn-Macintosh clan of Scotland. In 1963, Glenn received a letter from a young girl from Sheffield, England named Anne Glenn. The letter, congratulating him on his orbit around the Earth, enclosed a family tree showing that Anne's father, George Arthur Thomas Glenn, and John Glenn were cousins.
Glenn is an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church.
John Glenn's great-nephew, renowned camera operator Glenn Thomas of New York, NY, was named after him, having been born three days after Glenn's historic first flight into space.
Glenn's former New Concord home has been made into an education center, teaching American history beginning in 1944.<<


GLENN JR., John Herschel
DoB: 18/7/1921 Time: 16:00 (-5:00 EST) GMT Time: 21:00
Location: 81W35 40N02 Cambridge -OH- (USA)
Category: Military man, Politician, Manager
Source: The Gauquelin's data collection: Gauquelin Report on American Data', 1982
Rodden's AstroDatabank Rating: AA

Using RIYAL 3.1

Astrological Setting (Tropical - Placidus)

RIYAL  Mon July 18 1921  UT 21h00m00s  Lat40n02  Lon81w35   SORT ALL

       Planet   Longit.   Latit.   Declin.   Const.

      Ceto     =  0Ar13 r    3s31    3s08   Psc    
      PN34     =  0Le18      0s40   19n27   Cnc    
      AW197    =  0Ge27     20n34   40n16   Per   
      TD10     =  0Sc28 r    2n44    9s05   Vir     
      Crantor  =  0Sa31 r   10n39    9s51   Sco     
      RR43     =  0Cp35 r    3s32   26s59   Sgr    
      TC302    =  1Pi13 r   29s19   38s02   Gru    
      OX3      =  1Sc33      2s36   14s27   Vir    
      Quaoar   =  1Vi55      4s32    6n33   Sex     
      CO104    =  2Cp00 r    3s07   26s33   Sgr     
      KX14     =  2Le09      0s07   19n34   Cnc     
      TY364    =  2Cp18 r   19n00    4s26   Ser    
      Ascend   =  3Sa01      0n00   20s46   Sco                                 
      RP120    =  3Sc15 r    7s10   19s20   Vir    
      BU48     =  3Cp31 r    9n02   14s22   Ser     
      QB243    =  3Ca36      5n31   28n55   Aur    
      LE31     =  3Ge46     20s51    0n24   Tau     
      TX300    =  5Sa01 r   25s41   46s17   Nor     
      XZ255    =  5Ar32 r    2s35    0s10   Cet     
      QD112    =  5Ar41 r    0n26    2n39   Psc     
      Radamantu=  6Ta16      5n34   18n52   Ari     
      Apogee   =  6Aq18      4n51   14s00   Cap                                 
      CO1      =  6Cp34 r    7s35   30s51   Sgr     
      RL43     =  6Le35      6s46   12n05   Cnc     
      Echeclus =  6Le50      2s51   15n48   Cnc     
      GQ21     =  8Ca20     13s06   10n06   Mon     
      SQ73     =  8Pi21 r   12s04   19s36   Aqr    
      OP32     =  8Li36      4n05    0n21   Vir    
      UJ438    =  8Pi47 r    3n48    4s46   Aqr     
      Pluto    =  8Ca52      3s14   19n56   Gem     
      CY118    =  8Ge57     25s18    3s14   Ori    
      Pelion   =  9Ar09 r    8s15    3s58   Cet     
      Uranus   =  9Pi11 r    0s48    8s52   Aqr   
      CF119    =  9Ta21     19n32   33n00   Tri    
      PB112    =  9Sa28 r   15s01   36s42   Sco     
      Orcus    =  9Ta33     15n52   29n38   Tri     
      96PW     =  9Vi46      9n12   16n24   Leo     
      PA44     =  9Ca59      2s55   20n10   Gem     
      Venus    = 10Ge51      2s55   19n11   Tau    
      VQ94     = 10Ar52 r   49s03   40s04   Phe     
      Mercury  = 11Ca09 r    4s15   18n45   Gem      
      WN188    = 11Pi17 r   17s29   23s24   Aqr     
      XA255    = 11Ar22 r   12s42    7s11   Cet    
      DH5      = 12Sa07 r   22n58    0n32   Oph     
      Nessus   = 12Ar15 r    5s24    0s08   Cet    
      RD215    = 12Sa33 r   18n53    3s34   Oph     
      Neptune  = 12Le48      0n04   17n03   Cnc    
      TO66     = 12Sa58 r   27s35   49s38   Nor     
      Teharonhi= 13Sc03 r    2s33   18s11   Lib     
      Moon     = 13Cp12      4n56   17s53   Sgr      
      SB60     = 13Sc29 r   19s54   34s44   Cen    
      Pylenor  = 13Pi33 r    2s15    8s33   Aqr     
      Chiron   = 13Ar59 r    2n07    7n28   Psc     
      OM67     = 14Sc02 r   23s05   37s53   Cen    
      DA62     = 14Cp05 r   59s04   80s10   Oct    
      Hylonome = 14Pi11 r    1n03    5s15   Aqr     
      Sedna    = 14Ar24 r    9s18    2s53   Cet    
      Logos    = 14Ta39      2s53   13n29   Ari     
      Pholus   = 14Sa51 r   17n36    5s05   Oph     
      QF6      = 14Sc57 r   25n20    7n57   Ser     
      UR163    = 15Sa05 r    0s32   23s08   Oph    
      KF77     = 15Ta44      2n10   18n38   Ari     
      Ixion    = 15Vi57     19n14   23n10   Leo    
      Jupiter  = 16Vi03      1n08    6n33   Leo     
      HB57     = 16Ca43     15s19    7n12   CMi    
      VS2      = 16Cp52 r    3s53   26s14   Sgr   
      Amycus   = 17Pi01 r    7n08    1n27   Psc    
      GB32     = 17Ca10     13s08    9n19   CMi    
      Vertex   = 17Ca20                                                         
      MW12     = 18Vi22      5s17    0s16   Leo     
      Typhon   = 18Pi34 r    0s08    4s39   Aqr    
      OO67     = 18Sc36 r   20n08    2n02   Ser     
      Midheav  = 18Vi37      0n00    4n30   Leo                                 
      XR190    = 18Ar40 r   40n37   43n56   And    
      AZ84     = 18Ar46     11n02   17n31   Psc     
      FY9      = 18Ge53      0s11   22n48   Tau    
      PJ30     = 18Le55      2s27   12n50   Leo     
      XX143    = 19Ca15      0n42   22n45   Gem    
      Bienor   = 19Cp19 r   16s20   38s12   Sgr     
      Cyllarus = 19Vi31     10n49   14n05   Leo    
      RG33     = 19Ca50     33n31   54n57   Lyn     
      Mars     = 19Ca52      0n57   22n55   Gem      
      Varuna   = 20Pi04 r   16s41   19s13   Aqr   
      WL7      = 20Ge17     10n12   33n16   Aur     
      CZ118    = 20Ca20     22n45   44n20   Lyn     
      Saturn   = 20Vi45      2n06    5n35   Leo      
      FP185    = 20Ge54     30s16    7s04   Ori     
      CC22     = 21Ta02      8s16   10n02   Tau     
      RM43    = 21Cp27 r   14s39   36s10   Sgr     
      GM137    = 21Ar52     15s25    5s48   Cet      
      BL41     = 22Sc12 r   10s08   28s06   Lib    
      RZ215    = 22Li14     17s51   25s07   Hya    
      Node     = 22Li25 r    0n00    8s44   Vir                                 
      QB1      = 22Sa25 r    2s13   25s26   Oph     
      CE10     = 22Li50 r   31s04   37s17   Cen     
      SA278    = 22Aq55 r    7n33    6s44   Aqr    
      VU2      = 22Sa58 r    3n45   19s31   Oph     
      GZ32     = 23Aq08 r    9s17   22s33   Aqr     
      GV9     = 23Ge16      5s06   18n11   Tau    
      Huya     = 23Ge28     15s10    8n08   Ori    
      CR105    = 23Ar35     22s06   11s24   Cet     
      Okyrhoe  = 24Aq00 r    8n59    5s02   Aqr    
      EL61     = 24Ca04      3s35   17n47   Gem  
      TL66     = 24Cp11 r   23n51    2n14   Aql     
      Deucalion= 24Ca13      0n19   21n35   Gem     
      FZ173    = 25Ge07     12n29   35n49   Aur    
      Asbolus  = 25Li25      7s49   17s06   Vir     
      Chariklo = 25Ta28     21n09   39n33   Per     
      Sun      = 25Ca39      0n00   21n01   Gem        
      VR130    = 25Vi49      0s12    1n29   Vir     
      UX25     = 25Cp50 r   19n50    1s28   Aql     
      MS4      = 26Vi45     10s45    8s34   Crt     
      Chaos    = 27Aq01 r   12s09   23s53   Aqr     
      RN43     = 27Li46      7n52    3s20   Vir     
      FZ53     = 28Cp28 r   35n38   14n30   Aql    
      Thereus  = 28Vi58      7s19    6s18   Crt     
      YQ179    = 29Ar08     20s36    8s07   Cet    
      RZ214    = 29Sc18 r    9n40   10s33   Lib    
      Elatus   = 29Le36      4n48   16n06   Leo     
      Eris     = 29Pi43 r   29s35   27s03   Scl

Focused Minor Planets    

EL61     =  24 Ca 04
Sun       =  25 Ca 39
Deucalion = 24 Ca 13
TL66     =   24 Cp 11 r
UX25    =   25 Cp 50 r

Venus =   10 Ge 51      Semisquare

CR105 =   23 Ar 35       T Square
Asbolus =   25 Li 25

GV9      =   23 Ge 16     Semisextile
Huya      =   23 Ge 28

Okyrhoe =  24 Aq 00 r    Quincunx
SA278   =  22 Aq 55 r

Chariklo =  25 Ta 28       Sextile

Sedna    =  14 Ar 24 r

Moon     =  13 Cp 12     Square

Neptune = 12 Le 48     Trine

AW197    =   0 Ge 27     Semisquare

SB60      =  13 Sc 29 r   Quincunx                                        
OM67     =  14 Sc 02 r

Logos     =  14 Ta 39       Semisextile
Hylonome = 14 Pi 11 r

Pholus    =  14 Sa 51 r    Trine
UR163    =  15 Sa 05 r

Orcus     =   9 Ta 33
CF119    =   9 Ta 21

Mercury = 11 Ca 09 r   Sextile
Uranus   =  9 Pi 11 r

Pelion     =   9 Ar 09 r     Semisextile
CY118    =   8 Ge 57

PB112    =   9 Sa 28 r
Venus    = 10 Ge 51
CY118    =   8 Ge 57

Uranus  =   9 Pi 11 r      Square

Pluto      =   8 Ca 52      Quincunx
Orcus     =   9 Ta 33
CF119    =   9 Ta 21    
(PB112 is at the point of a yod, with Pluto and Orcus, CF119 sextiles)

TL66      = 24 Cp 11 r    Semisquare
UX25     = 25 Cp 50 r

OP32     =  8 Li 36         Sextile

Pelion    =  9 Ar 09 r      Trine

OO67    =  18 Sc 36 r

Mars     =  19 Ca 52       Trine
XX143   = 19 Ca 15
Typhon   = 18 Pi 34 r

Bienor    = 19 Cp 19 r     Sextile
Midheav = 18 Vi 37   
MW12     = 18 Vi 22

TY364     =   2 Cp 18 r    Semisquare

FY9         = 18 Ge 53      Quincunx
XR190    = 18 Ar 40 r

Ixion     =  15 Vi 57     
Jupiter  = 16 Vi 03
Hylonome = 14 Pi 11 r

Pholus   =  14 Sa 51 r    Square
UR163   =  15 Sa 05 r

Logos    =  14 Ta 39       Trine

OM67     = 14 Sc 02 r    Sextile

Varuna   = 20 Pi 04 r
Saturn    = 20 Vi 45
Cyllarus   = 19 Vi 31

Mars       = 19 Ca 52     Trine
CZ118    =  20 Ca 20

FP185    =  20 Ge 54    Square
FY9         = 18 Ge 53

RM43    =  21 Cp 27 r  Sextile
Bienor    =  19 Cp 19 r

Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)

RIYAL  Mon July 18 1921  UT 21h00m00s  Lat40n02  Lon81w35   SORT ALL

       Planet      Longit.

      Okyrhoe  =  0Aq21 r   
      EL61     =  0Ca25     
      TL66    =  0Cp33 r  
      Deucalion=  0Ca35     
      FZ173    =  1Ge28     
      Asbolus  =  1Li47      
      Chariklo =  1Ta49     
      Sun      =  2Ca00   
      VR130    =  2Vi10      
      UX25     =  2Cp11 r   
      MS4      =  3Vi06     
      Chaos    =  3Aq22 r   
      RN43     =  4Li07     
      FZ53     =  4Cp49 r  
      Thereus  =  5Vi19      
      YQ179    =  5Ar30    
      RZ214    =  5Sc40 r   
      Elatus   =  5Le57      
      Eris     =  6Pi04 r  
      Ceto     =  6Pi34 r    
      PN34     =  6Ca39      
      AW197    =  6Ta48     
      TD10     =  6Li49 r    
      Crantor  =  6Sc52 r  
      RR43     =  6Sa56 r   
      TC302    =  7Aq34 r   
      OX3      =  7Li55     
      Quaoar   =  8Le16      
      CO104    =  8Sa21 r    
      KX14     =  8Ca30     
      TY364   =  8Sa39 r   
      Ascend   =  9Sc22                          
      RP120    =  9Li36 r    
      BU48     =  9Sa52 r    
      QB243    =  9Ge57      
      LE31     = 10Ta07     
      TX300    = 11Sc22 r   
      XZ255    = 11Pi53 r    
      QD112    = 12Pi02 r    
      Radamantu= 12Ar37     
      Apogee   = 12Cp39                                     
      CO1      = 12Sa55 r   
      RL43     = 12Ca56    
      Echeclus = 13Ca11      
      GQ21     = 14Ge41     
      SQ73     = 14Aq42 r
      OP32     = 14Vi57      
      UJ438    = 15Aq08 r    
      Pluto    = 15Ge13     
      CY118    = 15Ta18     
      Pelion   = 15Pi30 r    
      Uranus   = 15Aq32 r      
      CF119    = 15Ar42     
      PB112    = 15Sc49 r   
      Orcus    = 15Ar54     
      96PW     = 16Le07     
      PA44     = 16Ge20      
      Venus    = 17Ta12       
      VQ94     = 17Pi14 r   
      Mercury  = 17Ge30 r      
      WN188    = 17Aq38 r   
      XA255    = 17Pi43 r  
      DH5      = 18Sc28 r   
      Nessus   = 18Pi36 r    
      RD215    = 18Sc55 r   
      Neptune  = 19Ca09              
      TO66     = 19Sc19 r   
      Teharonhi= 19Li24 r    
      Moon     = 19Sa33     
      SB60     = 19Li50 r   
      Pylenor  = 19Aq54 r    
      Chiron   = 20Pi20 r   
      OM67     = 20Li23 r  
      DA62     = 20Sa27 r   
      Hylonome = 20Aq32 r    
      Sedna    = 20Pi46 r    
      Logos    = 21Ar00      
      Pholus   = 21Sc13 r   
      QF6      = 21Li18 r  
      UR163    = 21Sc27 r   
      KF77     = 22Ar05      
      Ixion    = 22Le18     
      Jupiter  = 22Le24      
      HB57     = 23Ge05     
      VS2      = 23Sa13 r    
      Amycus   = 23Aq23 r    
      GB32     = 23Ge31    
      Vertex   = 23Ge42                                                         
      MW12     = 24Le43     
      Typhon   = 24Aq55 r   
      OO67     = 24Li57 r   
      Midheav  = 24Le58                               
      XR190   = 25Pi02 r   
      AZ84     = 25Pi07     
      FY9      = 25Ta15     
      PJ30     = 25Ca16      
      XX143    = 25Ge37     
      Bienor   = 25Sa41 r  
      Cyllarus = 25Le52     
      RG33     = 26Ge11     
      Mars     = 26Ge13                  
      Varuna   = 26Aq26 r   
      WL7      = 26Ta38     
      CZ118    = 26Ge42     
      Saturn   = 27Le06        
      FP185    = 27Ta15     
      CC22     = 27Ar23     
      RM43     = 27Sa49 r  
      GM137    = 28Pi13     
      BL41     = 28Li34 r   
      RZ215    = 28Vi35     
      Node     = 28Vi46 r                                
      QB1      = 28Sc46 r    
      CE10     = 29Vi11 r   
      SA278    = 29Cp16 r   
      VU2      = 29Sc19 r   
      GZ32     = 29Cp30 r    
      GV9      = 29Ta37      
      Huya     = 29Ta49     
      CR105    = 29Pi56     

Focused Minor Planets

EL61     =    0 Ca 25
Sun       =    2 Ca 00
Deucalion = 0 Ca 35
TL66     =     0 Cp 33 r
UX25    =     2 Cp 11 r

Venus  =   17 Ta 12         Semisquare

CR105 =    29 Pi 56        T Square
Asbolus =    1 Li 47

GV9     =   29 Ta 37        Semisextile
Huya     =   29 Ta 49

Okyrhoe =    0 Aq 21 r     Quincunx
SA278  =  29 Cp 16 r

Chariklo =   1 Ta 49         Sextile

Sedna    =    20 Pi 46 r

Moon     =   19 Sa 33     Square

Neptune = 19 Ca 09     Trine

AW197    =    6 Ta 48      Semisquare

SB60      =  19 Li 50 r     Quincunx                                        
OM67     =   20 Li 23 r

Logos     =   21 Ar 00      Semisextile
Hylonome = 20 Aq 32 r

Pholus    =   21 Sc 13 r   Trine
UR163    =   21 Sc 27 r

Orcus    =   15 Ar 54
CF119    =   15 Ar 42

Mercury =  17 Ge 30 r   Sextile
Uranus  =   15 Aq 32 r

Pelion     =   15 Pi 30 r    Semisextile
CY118    =   15 Ta 18

PB112    =  15 Sc 49 r
Venus    =  17 Ta 12
CY118    =  15 Ta 18

Uranus  =  15 Aq 32 r    Square

Pluto      =  15 Ge 13      Quincunx
Orcus    =   15 Ar 54
CF119    =   15 Ar 42
(PB112 is at the point of a yod, with Pluto and Orcus, CF119 sextiles)

TL66      =    0 Cp 33 r     Semisquare
UX25     =    2 Cp 11 r

OP32     =  14 Vi 57        Sextile

Pelion    =  15 Pi 30 r      Trine

OO67    =   24 Li 57 r

Mars     =   26 Ge 13      Trine
XX143   =  25 Ge 37
Typhon   =  24 Aq 55 r

Bienor   =   25 Sa 41 r    Sextile
Midheav = 24 Le 58
MW12    =  24 Le 43

TY364    =    8 Sa 39 r    Semisquare

FY9         = 25 Ta 15       Quincunx
XR190    = 25 Pi 02 r

Ixion     =     22 Le 18
Jupiter =     22 Le 24
Hylonome = 20 Aq 32 r

Pholus   =    21 Sc 13 r    Square
UR163  =     21 Sc 27 r

Logos   =     21 Ar 00      Trine

OM67   =     20 Li 23 r     Sextile

Varuna  =  26 Aq 26 r
Saturn   =  27 Le 06
Cyllarus  =  25 Le 52

Mars       =  26 Ge 13      Trine
CZ118    =  26 Ge 42

FP185    =  27 Ta 15       Square
FY9         =  25 Ta 15

RM43    =   27 Sa 49 r   Sextile
Bienor    =   25 Sa 41 r

Tentatively, some provisional keywords for 2003 EL61:

Overall Perception

Coordinated actions

Trying new adaptive strategies

Behavioral conquests

Needing physical/psychological restraints, in order to disclose powerful energy

Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on July 30, 2008