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    29th AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Ka’anapali, Hawaii
    29th AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Ka’anapali, Hawaii
    Jan 13 all-day
    29th AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Ka’anapali, Hawaii n Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Vasily Fesenkov’s 130th Birthday (1889)
    Vasily Fesenkov’s 130th Birthday (1889)
    Jan 13 all-day
    Vasily Fesenkov’s 130th Birthday (1889) n Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Wilhelm Wien’s 155th Birthday (1864)
    Wilhelm Wien’s 155th Birthday (1864)
    Jan 13 all-day
    Wilhelm Wien’s 155th Birthday (1864) n Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Saturn (1.7° separated from center of Saturn), position angle=0.00° N 4:47 am
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Saturn (1.7° separated from center of Saturn), position angle=0.00° N
    Jan 13 @ 4:47 am – 4:48 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 4h47m Conjunction in Right Ascension with Saturn (1.7° separated from center of Saturn), position angle=0.00° N More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458496.95012881&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 Continue reading →
    Mercury (-0.6 mag) – Close to Saturn: 1.7° separated from center of Saturn, brightness: 0.5 mag, position angle=358.00° N; Sun elongation=10.15° West (morning) 5:46 am
    Mercury (-0.6 mag) – Close to Saturn: 1.7° separated from center of Saturn, brightness: 0.5 mag, position angle=358.00° N; Sun elongation=10.15° West (morning)
    Jan 13 @ 5:46 am – 5:47 am
    Mercury (-0.6 mag) Accurate time: 5h46m Close to Saturn: 1.7° separated from center of Saturn, brightness: 0.5 mag, position angle=358.00° N; Sun elongation=10.15° West (morning) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=18.91318135&de=-24.09112449&fovarcmin=217&tdt=2458496.99112534&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction with Saturn, 1.7° separated from center of Saturn, position angle=354.44° N. Distance to earth: 1.400 AU 7:31 am
    Mercury – Conjunction with Saturn, 1.7° separated from center of Saturn, position angle=354.44° N. Distance to earth: 1.400 AU
    Jan 13 @ 7:31 am – 7:32 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 7h31m Conjunction with Saturn, 1.7° separated from center of Saturn, position angle=354.44° N. Distance to earth: 1.400 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458497.06403042&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on Continue reading →
    10th Anniversary (2009), Stardust-NEXT, Earth Flyby
    10th Anniversary (2009), Stardust-NEXT, Earth Flyby
    Jan 14 all-day
    10th Anniversary (2009), Stardust-NEXT, Earth Flyby More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458497.06403042&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – First Quarter (diameter: 30.4027′, declination: +4.308°) 12:45 am
    Moon – First Quarter (diameter: 30.4027′, declination: +4.308°)
    Jan 14 @ 12:45 am – 12:46 am
    Moon Accurate time: 0h45.5m First Quarter (diameter: 30.4027′, declination: +4.308°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458497.78242203&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude=-20.8°, topocentric diameter: 30.252′, topocentric airfree declination: 4.01°) 2:09 am
    Moon – Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude=-20.8°, topocentric diameter: 30.252′, topocentric airfree declination: 4.01°)
    Jan 14 @ 2:09 am – 2:10 am
    Moon Accurate time: 2h09.4m Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude=-20.8°, topocentric diameter: 30.252′, topocentric airfree declination: 4.01°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458497.84068000&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.276°, latitude: +6.856°) 6:24 am
    Moon – Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.276°, latitude: +6.856°)
    Jan 14 @ 6:24 am – 6:25 am
    Moon Accurate time: 6h24.8m Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.276°, latitude: +6.856°) This is the 3rd northernmost total libration of the last 10 years, the Continue reading →
    Moon – Max. Libration (10.111°) 11:28 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration (10.111°)
    Jan 14 @ 11:28 pm – 11:29 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 23h28.3m Max. Libration (10.111°) This is the largest total libration of the year. Former larger total libration was at 16.8.2018. Next larger total libration is at 22.4.2021 (calculated for the geocenter) More Continue reading →
    195th Anniversary (1924), Renazzo Meteorite Fall in Italy
    195th Anniversary (1924), Renazzo Meteorite Fall in Italy
    Jan 15 all-day
    195th Anniversary (1924), Renazzo Meteorite Fall in Italy More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458498.72876860&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.587°, latitude: +6.588°) 12:21 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.587°, latitude: +6.588°)
    Jan 15 @ 12:21 pm – 12:22 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 12h21.3m Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.587°, latitude: +6.588°) This is the 2nd westernmost total libration of the year. Former more western total libration was Continue reading →
    50th Anniversary (1969), Discovery of 1st Optical Pulsar by John Cocke &
    50th Anniversary (1969), Discovery of 1st Optical Pulsar by John Cocke &
    Jan 16 all-day
    50th Anniversary (1969), Discovery of 1st Optical Pulsar by John Cocke & Michael Disney More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458499.26556837&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Venus (-4.5 mag) – Close to Antares, Alp Sco, SAO 184415 (Double star, separation 10:29 pm
    Venus (-4.5 mag) – Close to Antares, Alp Sco, SAO 184415 (Double star, separation
    Jan 16 @ 10:29 pm – 10:30 pm
    Venus (-4.5 mag) Accurate time: 22h30m Close to Antares, Alp Sco, SAO 184415 (Double star, separation More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.59023895&de=-18.75656683&fovarcmin=983&tdt=2458500.68807003 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    90th Anniversary (1929), Edwin Hubble
    90th Anniversary (1929), Edwin Hubble
    Jan 17 all-day
    90th Anniversary (1929), Edwin Hubble Publishes Paper that the Universe is Expanding More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.59023895&de=-18.75656683&fovarcmin=983&tdt=2458500.68807003 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Ralph Fowler’s 130th Birthday (1889)
    Ralph Fowler’s 130th Birthday (1889)
    Jan 17 all-day
    Ralph Fowler’s 130th Birthday (1889) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.59023895&de=-18.75656683&fovarcmin=983&tdt=2458500.68807003 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    RAPIS 1/ ALE 1/ Hodoyoshi 2 (RISESat)/ MicroDragon/ OrigamiSat 1/ AOBA-VELOX 4/ NEXUS Epsilon Launch
    RAPIS 1/ ALE 1/ Hodoyoshi 2 (RISESat)/ MicroDragon/ OrigamiSat 1/ AOBA-VELOX 4/ NEXUS Epsilon Launch
    Jan 17 all-day
    RAPIS 1/ ALE 1/ Hodoyoshi 2 (RISESat)/ MicroDragon/ OrigamiSat 1/ AOBA-VELOX 4/ NEXUS Epsilon Launch More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.59023895&de=-18.75656683&fovarcmin=983&tdt=2458500.68807003 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Pluto (1.5° separated from center of Pluto), position angle=0.00° N 10:23 am
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Pluto (1.5° separated from center of Pluto), position angle=0.00° N
    Jan 18 @ 10:23 am – 10:24 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 10h24m Conjunction in Right Ascension with Pluto (1.5° separated from center of Pluto), position angle=0.00° N More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458502.18397883&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 Continue reading →
    Mercury (-0.8 mag) – Close to Pluto: 1.5° separated from center of Pluto, brightness: 14.3 mag, position angle=353.41° N; Sun elongation=7.20° West (morning) 1:04 pm
    Mercury (-0.8 mag) – Close to Pluto: 1.5° separated from center of Pluto, brightness: 14.3 mag, position angle=353.41° N; Sun elongation=7.20° West (morning)
    Jan 18 @ 1:04 pm – 1:05 pm
    Mercury (-0.8 mag) Accurate time: 13h04m Close to Pluto: 1.5° separated from center of Pluto, brightness: 14.3 mag, position angle=353.41° N; Sun elongation=7.20° West (morning) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=19.52286933&de=-23.45966955&fovarcmin=194&tdt=2458502.29550890&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction with Pluto, 1.5° separated from center of Pluto, position angle=350.98° N. Distance to earth: 1.419 AU 2:03 pm
    Mercury – Conjunction with Pluto, 1.5° separated from center of Pluto, position angle=350.98° N. Distance to earth: 1.419 AU
    Jan 18 @ 2:03 pm – 2:04 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 14h03m Conjunction with Pluto, 1.5° separated from center of Pluto, position angle=350.98° N. Distance to earth: 1.419 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458502.33642075&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on Continue reading →
    Moon – Max. Decl. North (declination: +21.544°) 5:18 pm
    Moon – Max. Decl. North (declination: +21.544°)
    Jan 19 @ 5:18 pm – 5:19 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 17h18.8m Max. Decl. North (declination: +21.544°) This is the lowest northernmost moon position of the next 10 years, and the lowest of the year. Former lower northern northernmost moon position was at Continue reading →
    150th Anniversary (1869), Angra dos Reis Meteorite Fall in Brazil
    150th Anniversary (1869), Angra dos Reis Meteorite Fall in Brazil
    Jan 20 all-day
    150th Anniversary (1869), Angra dos Reis Meteorite Fall in Brazil More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458503.47216216&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Lunar Eclipse – Partial lunar eclipse begins 9:33 pm
    Lunar Eclipse – Partial lunar eclipse begins
    Jan 20 @ 9:33 pm – 9:34 pm
    Lunar Eclipse Accurate time: 21h33m35s Partial lunar eclipse begins Position Angle=118.0°, Position angle vertex=176.7°, Altitude=50.4°, Azimuth=101.2° E, Sun altitude=-50.0° More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458504.64911876&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 Continue reading →
    Moon – Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=+60.7°, topocentric diameter: 33.918′, topocentric airfree declination: 20.10°, maximum phase: 100.00%, elongation: 179.87°) 10:28 pm
    Moon – Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=+60.7°, topocentric diameter: 33.918′, topocentric airfree declination: 20.10°, maximum phase: 100.00%, elongation: 179.87°)
    Jan 20 @ 10:28 pm – 10:29 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 22h28.0m Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=+60.7°, topocentric diameter: 33.918′, topocentric airfree declination: 20.10°, maximum phase: 100.00%, elongation: 179.87°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458504.68691514&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 Continue reading →
    Lunar Eclipse – Totality begins 10:40 pm
    Lunar Eclipse – Totality begins
    Jan 20 @ 10:40 pm – 10:41 pm
    Lunar Eclipse Accurate time: 22h40m48s Totality begins Position Angle=147.3°, Position angle vertex=197.9°, Altitude=62.9°, Azimuth=117.4° ESE, Sun altitude=-62.9° More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458504.69579795&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Lunar Eclipse ->graphicalchart – Greatest eclipse: 11:12 pm
    Lunar Eclipse ->graphicalchart – Greatest eclipse:
    Jan 20 @ 11:12 pm – 11:13 pm
    Lunar Eclipse ->graphicalchart Accurate time: 23h12m17s Greatest eclipse: Total Lunar Eclipse Saros-Number: 134, Magnitude=1.201, Position angle=186.9°, Position angle vertex=228.8° Brightness=-1.9mag, Danjon scale L=2.8 (bright), Diameter=33.96′ Duration total phase=63.0 minutes, Duration partial phase=197.4 minutes, Duration penumbral Continue reading →
    Moon – Full Moon (diameter: 33.3939′, declination: +20.332°) 11:16 pm
    Moon – Full Moon (diameter: 33.3939′, declination: +20.332°)
    Jan 20 @ 11:16 pm – 11:17 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 23h16.1m Full Moon (diameter: 33.3939′, declination: +20.332°) This is the 2nd biggest full moon of the year. Former larger full moon was at 2.1.2018. Next larger full moon is at 19.2.2019 (calculated Continue reading →
    Lunar Eclipse – Totality ends 11:43 pm
    Lunar Eclipse – Totality ends
    Jan 20 @ 11:43 pm – 11:44 pm
    Lunar Eclipse Accurate time: 23h43m48s Totality ends Position Angle=226.5°, Position angle vertex=253.7°, Altitude=72.3°, Azimuth=147.0° SSE, Sun altitude=-72.5° More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458504.73954983&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Jilin-1 Hyperspectral-01 & 02 CZ-11 Launch
    Jilin-1 Hyperspectral-01 & 02 CZ-11 Launch
    Jan 21 all-day
    Jilin-1 Hyperspectral-01 & 02 CZ-11 Launch More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458504.73954983&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Lunar Eclipse – Partial lunar eclipse ends 12:51 am
    Lunar Eclipse – Partial lunar eclipse ends
    Jan 21 @ 12:51 am – 12:52 am
    Lunar Eclipse Accurate time: 0h51m02s Partial lunar eclipse ends Position Angle=255.8°, Position angle vertex=234.6°, Altitude=73.7°, Azimuth=201.2° SSW, Sun altitude=-73.4° More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458504.78623645&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 Continue reading →
    Moon – Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 357336.6 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude 18.9° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 350960.7 km, apparent diameter: 34’03.0″) 2:05 pm
    Moon – Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 357336.6 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude 18.9° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 350960.7 km, apparent diameter: 34’03.0″)
    Jan 21 @ 2:05 pm – 2:06 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 14h06.0m Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 357336.6 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude 18.9° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 350960.7 km, apparent diameter: 34’03.0″) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458505.33828821&obs=7156485761671199 If Continue reading →
    Venus – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Jupiter (2.4° separated from center of Jupiter), position angle=180.00° S 11:47 pm
    Venus – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Jupiter (2.4° separated from center of Jupiter), position angle=180.00° S
    Jan 21 @ 11:47 pm – 11:48 pm
    Venus Accurate time: 23h48m Conjunction in Right Ascension with Jupiter (2.4° separated from center of Jupiter), position angle=180.00° S More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=2&tdt=2458505.74218964&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 Continue reading →
    Venus – Conjunction with Jupiter, 2.4° separated from center of Jupiter, position angle=185.84° S. Distance to earth: 0.798 AU 6:25 am
    Venus – Conjunction with Jupiter, 2.4° separated from center of Jupiter, position angle=185.84° S. Distance to earth: 0.798 AU
    Jan 22 @ 6:25 am – 6:26 am
    Venus Accurate time: 6h26m Conjunction with Jupiter, 2.4° separated from center of Jupiter, position angle=185.84° S. Distance to earth: 0.798 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=2&tdt=2458506.01877506&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on Continue reading →
    Venus (-4.4 mag) – Close to Jupiter: 2.4° separated from center of Jupiter, brightness: -1.8 mag, position angle=188.35° S; Sun elongation=46.19° West (morning) 9:14 am
    Venus (-4.4 mag) – Close to Jupiter: 2.4° separated from center of Jupiter, brightness: -1.8 mag, position angle=188.35° S; Sun elongation=46.19° West (morning)
    Jan 22 @ 9:14 am – 9:15 am
    Venus (-4.4 mag) Accurate time: 9h15m Close to Jupiter: 2.4° separated from center of Jupiter, brightness: -1.8 mag, position angle=188.35° S; Sun elongation=46.19° West (morning) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=17.00385905&de=-19.68473332&fovarcmin=304&tdt=2458506.13619188&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support Continue reading →
    James Lighthill’s 95th Birthday (1924)
    James Lighthill’s 95th Birthday (1924)
    Jan 23 all-day
    James Lighthill’s 95th Birthday (1924) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=17.00385905&de=-19.68473332&fovarcmin=304&tdt=2458506.13619188&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Mars – Dust storm season ends
    Mars – Dust storm season ends
    Jan 24 all-day
    Mars Dust storm season ends More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=4&tdt=2458508.74457940&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    15th Anniversary (2004), Mars Exploration Rover B (Opportunity), Mars Landing
    15th Anniversary (2004), Mars Exploration Rover B (Opportunity), Mars Landing
    Jan 25 all-day
    15th Anniversary (2004), Mars Exploration Rover B (Opportunity), Mars Landing More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=4&tdt=2458508.74457940&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    25th Anniversary (1994), Clementine Launch (USA Moon Orbiter)
    25th Anniversary (1994), Clementine Launch (USA Moon Orbiter)
    Jan 25 all-day
    25th Anniversary (1994), Clementine Launch (USA Moon Orbiter) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=4&tdt=2458508.74457940&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    WGS-10 Delta 4 Launch
    WGS-10 Delta 4 Launch
    Jan 25 all-day
    WGS-10 Delta 4 Launch More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=4&tdt=2458508.74457940&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.261°, latitude: -6.824°) 7:25 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.261°, latitude: -6.824°)
    Jan 26 @ 7:25 pm – 7:26 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 19h25.6m Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.261°, latitude: -6.824°) This is the southernmost total libration of the year. Former more southern total libration was at Continue reading →
    Isaac Roberts’ 190th Birthday (1829)
    Isaac Roberts’ 190th Birthday (1829)
    Jan 27 all-day
    Isaac Roberts’ 190th Birthday (1829) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458510.56024129&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Max. Libration (10.071°) 11:15 am
    Moon – Max. Libration (10.071°)
    Jan 27 @ 11:15 am – 11:16 am
    Moon Accurate time: 11h15.1m Max. Libration (10.071°) This is the 2nd largest total libration of the year. Former larger total libration was at 15.1.2019. Next larger total libration is at 22.4.2021 (calculated for the geocenter) Continue reading →
    Moon – Last Quarter (diameter: 31.2577′, declination: -9.133°) 3:10 pm
    Moon – Last Quarter (diameter: 31.2577′, declination: -9.133°)
    Jan 27 @ 3:10 pm – 3:11 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 15h10.3m Last Quarter (diameter: 31.2577′, declination: -9.133°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.38298770&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-50.5°, topocentric diameter: 30.850′, topocentric airfree declination: -9.71°) 3:59 pm
    Moon – Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-50.5°, topocentric diameter: 30.850′, topocentric airfree declination: -9.71°)
    Jan 27 @ 3:59 pm – 4:00 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 15h59.1m Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-50.5°, topocentric diameter: 30.850′, topocentric airfree declination: -9.71°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.41682958&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Auguste Piccard’s 135th Birthday (1884)
    Auguste Piccard’s 135th Birthday (1884)
    Jan 28 all-day
    Auguste Piccard’s 135th Birthday (1884) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.41682958&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Donald Parker’s 80th Birthday (1939)
    Donald Parker’s 80th Birthday (1939)
    Jan 28 all-day
    Donald Parker’s 80th Birthday (1939) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.41682958&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Jean Felix Piccard’s 135th Birthday (1884)
    Jean Felix Piccard’s 135th Birthday (1884)
    Jan 28 all-day
    Jean Felix Piccard’s 135th Birthday (1884) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.41682958&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Lucien d’Azambuja’s 135th Birthday (1884)
    Lucien d’Azambuja’s 135th Birthday (1884)
    Jan 28 all-day
    Lucien d’Azambuja’s 135th Birthday (1884) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.41682958&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.558°, latitude: -6.555°) 12:22 am
    Moon – Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.558°, latitude: -6.555°)
    Jan 28 @ 12:22 am – 12:23 am
    Moon Accurate time: 0h22.3m Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.558°, latitude: -6.555°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.76630542&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 Continue reading →
    30th Anniversary (1989), Phobos 2, Mars Orbit Insertion
    30th Anniversary (1989), Phobos 2, Mars Orbit Insertion
    Jan 29 all-day
    30th Anniversary (1989), Phobos 2, Mars Orbit Insertion More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458511.76630542&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Mercury – Conjunction (superior), 2.1° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 1.407 AU 8:51 pm
    Mercury – Conjunction (superior), 2.1° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 1.407 AU
    Jan 29 @ 8:51 pm – 8:52 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 20.9h Conjunction (superior), 2.1° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 1.407 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458513.62005493&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Rudolf Mossbauer’s 90th Birthday (1929)
    Rudolf Mossbauer’s 90th Birthday (1929)
    Jan 31 all-day
    Rudolf Mossbauer’s 90th Birthday (1929) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458513.62005493&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC