Retrograde Planets: In the above table, 'R' indicates that the planet was 'Retrograde'. For example, if you see 'Virgo R' under Saturn, it would indicate that on that specific day, Saturn was Retrograde in Virgo. Stationary Planets: A planet might appear to be stationary for a few days while changing its direction. In the above table, 'S' indicates that the planet was 'Stationary'. For example, if you see 'Gemini S' under Jupiter, it would indicate that Jupiter was Stationary in Gemini on that day. Relative Positions: [An] and [Mn] represent the relative position from the natal (birth time) Ascendant and natal Moon, respectively. For example, [A4] would indicate that the specific planet was placed in the 4th house from your birth Ascendant, and [M7] would mean that the planet was placed in the 7th house from your natal Moon. The other numbers show the houses aspected by that planet, relative to Ascendant or Moon.