Knowing “what my Sun sign is” means knowing the sign the Sun was in on the day you were born.
Your Sun sign is a good place to start in making the most of astrology in your daily life. For many people, it’s easy to figure out the Sun sign using this table of zodiac dates:
|ZODIAC DATES – WHAT’S YOUR SIGN?|
|ARIES||21 March – 20 April|
|TAURUS||21 April – 21 May|
|GEMINI||22 May – 21 June|
|CANCER||22 June – 22 July|
|LEO||23 July – 22 August|
|VIRGO||23 August – 23 September|
|LIBRA||24 September – 23 October|
|SCORPIO||24 October – 22 November|
|SAGITTARIUS||23 November – 21 December|
|CAPRICORN||22 December – 20 January|
|AQUARIUS||21 January – 19 February|
|PISCES||20 February – 20 March|
NOTE: This chart shows the approximate zodiac dates for all the signs. Keep in mind that the Sun’s movement into the signs varies every year. So if you were born within two days of the start date of a particular Sun sign, it’s a good idea to get a copy of your astrological birth chart to confirm which sign the Sun actually occupied when you were born.
Get Your Birth Chart Now
You can get a free copy of your birth chart if you have the date, time, and place of your birth. Go to our birth chart calculator now to get yours.
It’s best if you have the exact time you were born. If you have only an approximate time or no time at all, see these other questions in this FAQ section:
- “What If You Do Not Know Your Birth Time?”
- “How Do I Get A Simplified Birth Chart For An Unknown Birth Time?”
- “How Do I Use The Simplified Birth Chart?”
Keep in mind that, even if you cannot obtain your birth time, you still can benefit greatly from astrology. It can give you a wealth of information about yourself to help you understand who you are and why you’re here. It also can help you understand other people much better so you can enjoy happy relationships.