Astronomy Tables

Astronomical Times for Central Arkansas (35.1, -92.25)
Starting 20 Jan 2020, for the next 7 days
DateMorningSunriseSunsetEveningMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
TwilightTwilight
20 Jan 202005:4207:1317:2618:5503:2613:53day 25 of Moon
21 Jan 202005:4207:1317:2718:5604:2914:39
22 Jan 202005:4107:1217:2818:5705:2915:30
23 Jan 202005:4107:1217:2918:5806:2416:25day 28 of Moon
24 Jan 202005:4007:1117:3018:5907:1317:23
25 Jan 202005:4007:1117:3119:0007:5518:21
26 Jan 202005:3907:1017:3219:0108:3219:19day 1 of Moon

Planetary Data for today
MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Rises07:5109:1903:5606:0506:5311:3409:3706:53
Meridian12:5214:5308:4910:5511:4818:1115:1811:46
Sets17:5320:2513:4315:4616:4400:4421:0316:38
ConstellationCapricornusAquariusOphiuchusSagittariusSagittariusAriesAquariusSagittarius

Visible ISS Passes
ISS image. Credit: NASA
DateBrightnessStartHighest pointEnd
(mag)TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
19 Jan-3.018:19:2610°SSW18:22:3337°SE18:24:1721°ENE
19 Jan-0.419:56:4810°W19:57:1412°WNW19:57:1412°WNW
20 Jan-2.419:08:1310°WSW19:11:1732°NW19:11:3332°NNW
21 Jan-3.318:19:5310°WSW18:23:1358°NW18:25:4716°NE
22 Jan-1.319:10:1910°WNW19:12:1615°NNW19:12:5314°NNW
23 Jan-1.718:21:2310°W18:24:0321°NNW18:26:4310°NNE
25 Jan-1.018:24:1910°NW18:25:0511°NNW18:25:5210°N

Visible Iridium Flares
DateTimeMagnitudeAltitudeAzimuthSatellite
No visible Iridium Flares during this time period

Note: While the Sun/Moon and planetary tables will be generally correct for most mid-northern latitude locations, the ISS and Iridium flare tables are central Arkansas specific. If outside central Arkansas to get satellite pass information for your location visit: heavens-above.com