The way that “effective times” are calculated for the Daily Transits Report has been changed. The “effective time” for each of your transits tells you when each one starts and stops having an effect.
Starting tomorrow, you may notice that the “effective times” are different from the last report in terms of dates or times. From now on, this will be a better way to tell when each transit is happening.
Previously, some beginning or ending dates used to change by one day. The reason is that when your Transits Report was made each day, it used the speed of the planet at that time to do the math. As the speed of the planet changed (even slightly) from day to day, it would produce a different result in the calculations of the start and end dates.
From now on, the start and end dates will be based on how fast the planet has been moving on average over a period of time. This will make the start and end dates of each transit’s effect period more stable (they won’t change like before).
Lastly, please keep in mind that the times and dates that apply are always shown in your local time zone, no matter where in the world you are.