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Saturday, October 5 First Quarter Moon arrives at 12:47 p.m. EDT. Our satellite rises in the southeast around 2:30 p.m. local daylight time, but it doesn’t become prominent until the Sun sets ...

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Meteor Showers October 2019: Draconids to Peak As Southern Taurids Produce Fireballs in the Sky Over U.S. ... Meteor showers are celestial events during which numerous meteors appear in the night ...

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Celestial News & Events. October 2019: Giant Planets & Bits of Comet. This month's Sky Tour let's you enjoy close pairings of the Moon with Jupiter and Saturn; explore interesting stars and constellations, and keep watch for blazing bits of Halley's Comet. By: Kelly Beatty October 1, 2019

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–Best asteroid occultation for 2019: Asteroid 678 Fredegundis occults the +4.9 magnitude star HIP 9153 (itself a wide double star) on October 31 st, 2019 along a path crossing Eastern Australia.

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11th November 2019: Mercury passes in front of the Sun: Shooting Stars Orionids: 21st - 22nd October 2019: The Orionids reach their peak: Shooting Stars Eta-Aquariids: 5th - 6th May 2019: The Eta-Aquariids reach their peak: Shooting Stars Lyrids: 22nd - 23rd April 2019: The Lyrids reach their peak: First picture of a Black Hole: 10th April 2019

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By Stu, October 31, 2019 in Celestial Events Heads Up. Recommended Posts. Stu 29,761 Stu 29,761 Supernova; Moderators; 29,761 26,880 posts; Location: Surrey; Posted October 31, 2019. Just noticed this lovely conjunction at about its closest right now. Well worth a look if you get a chance. 4 Share this post ...

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2019 Calendar of Astronomical Events: January - June : July - December : Date GMT Event (h:m) Jan 01 21:50 Venus 1.3°S of Moon 02 05 Saturn in Conjunction with Sun 03 05 Earth at Perihelion: 0.98330 AU 03 07:37 Jupiter 3.1°S of Moon 04 02 Quadrantid Meteor Shower 06 01:28 NEW MOON 06 01:41 Partial Solar Eclipse; mag=0.715 06 05 Venus at Greatest Elong: 47.0°W 07 00:08 Moon at Descending ...

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SKYCAL (Sky Events Calendar) will help you keep track of the sky by calculating the local date and time of all these celestial happenings. It displays them on a convenient calendar that you can print and hang on the wall. You can generate a calendar for a single month or for an entire year. Just choose your Time Zone.

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Celestial News & Events. October 2020: Mars is the Star! October evenings offer many wonderful night-sky sights — including a dramatic appearance by Mars — and you can find them by listening to our guided audio tour of the star-filled sky. By: Kelly Beatty October 1, 2020

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Archive for the ‘Celestial Events’ Category. Please Note: October 8, 2014 Blood Red Moon Eclipse Facts. ... October 2019; September 2019; August 2019; May 2019; April 2019; March 2019; January 2019; December 2018; November 2018; October 2018; May 2018; March 2018; February 2018; October 2017;