That's right, there's another one on the horizon. (Remember last week's lunar eclipse? Eclipses come in pairs, with the new moon and the full moon.)
Earth will experience a partial solar eclipse in the sign of Aquarius at 10:55 PST on February 15. This partial solar eclipse will be visible in southern South America, Antarctica, and some areas of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
When we have an eclipse in any sign, it behooves us to look at the condition of that sign's planetary ruler. The ruler of Aquarius is Uranus. Good news for all Earthlings! — for this eclipse, Uranus will be positioned in an outstandingly positive way to the Sun, which is significant since this is a solar eclipse.
Eclipses arrive in a family of signs, and they keep coming for two years, every six months. Astrologer Susan Miller describes eclipses as being "dramatic wild cards" in our horoscopes that can uproot us, get us moving at rapid speed, and effect great change. To guess how these first two eclipses of 2018 might impact you, you can think back to the first ones that appeared in Aquarius and Leo, on February 10, August 7, and August 21 of last year. Read more about coping with eclipses at Susan's website here.