Astronomy Tables

Astronomical Times for Central Arkansas (35.1, -92.25)
Starting 04 Apr 2020, for the next 7 days
DateMorningSunriseSunsetEveningMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
TwilightTwilight
04 Apr 202005:1806:4919:3421:0315:4404:54day 10 of Moon
05 Apr 202005:1606:4719:3521:0416:5505:35
06 Apr 202005:1506:4619:3521:0418:0806:12
07 Apr 202005:1406:4519:3621:0519:2106:48day 13 of Moon
08 Apr 202005:1206:4319:3721:0620:3307:24
09 Apr 202005:1106:4219:3821:0721:4608:01
10 Apr 202005:1006:4119:3921:0822:5708:40day 17 of Moon

Planetary Data for today
MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Rises06:0008:5303:3903:0603:2707:5105:5303:09
Meridian11:4216:0508:3808:0208:2714:2711:3708:02
Sets17:2523:1813:3712:5713:2721:0617:2112:56
ConstellationAquariusTaurusCapricornusSagittariusCapricornusAriesAquariusSagittarius

Visible ISS Passes
ISS image. Credit: NASA
DateBrightnessStartHighest pointEnd
(mag)TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
03 Apr-1.520:14:4310°N20:16:4515°NNE20:18:4710°ENE
03 Apr-1.221:50:3210°NW21:51:5022°WNW21:51:5022°WNW
04 Apr-3.821:03:0810°NW21:06:2863°NE21:06:3263°NE
05 Apr-2.820:15:5210°NNW20:18:5935°NE20:21:1815°E
05 Apr-0.921:53:1210°W21:54:1815°W21:54:1815°W
06 Apr-2.521:05:1410°WNW21:08:1733°SW21:09:0928°SSW
07 Apr-3.520:17:3610°NW20:20:5566°SW20:24:0511°SE
09 Apr-1.220:20:1110°W20:22:3318°SW20:24:5610°S

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