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    All Saints’ Day
    All Saints’ Day
    Nov 1 all-day
    All Saints’ Day More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458788.52309652&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. Decl. South (declination: -23.045°) 7:33 pm
    Moon – Max. Decl. South (declination: -23.045°)
    Nov 1 @ 7:33 pm – 7:34 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 19h33.2m Max. Decl. South (declination: -23.045°) This is the lowest southernmost moon position of the next 10 years. Former lower southern southernmost moon position was at 5.10.2019. Next lower southern southernmost moon Continue reading →
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    End of Daylight Saving Time (North America), clocks are put back by one hour. 3:00 am
    End of Daylight Saving Time (North America), clocks are put back by one hour.
    Nov 3 @ 3:00 am – 3:01 am
    Accurate time: 3h End of Daylight Saving Time (North America), clocks are put back by one hour. More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458789.52386263&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 (-3.8 mag) – Close to Dschubba, Del Sco, SAO 184014 (Close double star): 1.6° separated, brightness: 2.3 mag, position angle=193.21° S; Sun elongation=21.45° East (evening) 10:16 pm
    Venus (-3.8 mag) – Close to Dschubba, Del Sco, SAO 184014 (Close double star): 1.6° separated, brightness: 2.3 mag, position angle=193.21° S; Sun elongation=21.45° East (evening)
    Nov 3 @ 10:16 pm – 10:17 pm
    Venus (-3.8 mag) Accurate time: 22h17m Close to Dschubba, Del Sco, SAO 184014 (Close double star): 1.6° separated, brightness: 2.3 mag, position angle=193.21° S; Sun elongation=21.45° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.03142959&de=-21.1117827&fovarcmin=196&tdt=2458791.67896215 If you use these Continue reading →
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    Moon – First Quarter (diameter: 29.8722′, declination: -19.831°) 4:23 am
    Moon – First Quarter (diameter: 29.8722′, declination: -19.831°)
    Nov 4 @ 4:23 am – 4:24 am
    Moon Accurate time: 4h23.1m First Quarter (diameter: 29.8722′, declination: -19.831°) This is the 2nd smallest first quarter moon of the year. Former smaller first quarter moon was at 15.11.2018. Next smaller first quarter moon is Continue reading →
    Moon – Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude=-65.2°, topocentric diameter: 29.439′, topocentric airfree declination: -20.04°) 4:47 am
    Moon – Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude=-65.2°, topocentric diameter: 29.439′, topocentric airfree declination: -20.04°)
    Nov 4 @ 4:47 am – 4:48 am
    Moon Accurate time: 4h48.0m Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude=-65.2°, topocentric diameter: 29.439′, topocentric airfree declination: -20.04°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458791.95079017&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 (-3.8 mag) – Close to Graffias, Bet1 Sco, SAO 159682 (Multiple star system): 1.5° separated, brightness: 2.6 mag, position angle=13.01° N; Sun elongation=21.55° East (evening) 8:11 am
    Venus (-3.8 mag) – Close to Graffias, Bet1 Sco, SAO 159682 (Multiple star system): 1.5° separated, brightness: 2.6 mag, position angle=13.01° N; Sun elongation=21.55° East (evening)
    Nov 4 @ 8:11 am – 8:12 am
    Venus (-3.8 mag) Accurate time: 8h12m Close to Graffias, Bet1 Sco, SAO 159682 (Multiple star system): 1.5° separated, brightness: 2.6 mag, position angle=13.01° N; Sun elongation=21.55° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.06708677&de=-21.23017151&fovarcmin=185&tdt=2458792.09240802 If you use these Continue reading →
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    Moon – Apogee (distance moon center to earth center: 405092.5 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -9.7° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 398715.0 km, apparent diameter: 29’58.3″) 2:31 am
    Moon – Apogee (distance moon center to earth center: 405092.5 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -9.7° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 398715.0 km, apparent diameter: 29’58.3″)
    Nov 7 @ 2:31 am – 2:32 am
    Moon Accurate time: 2h31.2m Apogee (distance moon center to earth center: 405092.5 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -9.7° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 398715.0 km, apparent diameter: 29’58.3″) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458794.85579739&obs=7156485761671199 If Continue reading →
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    Moon – Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -1.265°, latitude: +6.668°) 2:09 am
    Moon – Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -1.265°, latitude: +6.668°)
    Nov 9 @ 2:09 am – 2:10 am
    Moon Accurate time: 2h09.3m Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -1.265°, latitude: +6.668°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458796.84059885&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated Continue reading →
    Meteor Shower – Leonids (LEO) (active until 23.11., from constellation Leo/Leo), persistent trails. 6:00 pm
    Meteor Shower – Leonids (LEO) (active until 23.11., from constellation Leo/Leo), persistent trails.
    Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – 6:01 pm
    Meteor Shower Accurate time: 18h Leonids (LEO) (active until 23.11., from constellation Leo/Leo), persistent trails. More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?&number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&tdt=2458797.50080574&obs=7156485761671199&ra=10.28012569&de=21.59833199&fovarcmin=5400.00000000&telrad= If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Venus (-3.8 mag) – Close to Antares, Alp Sco, SAO 184415 (Double star, separation 6:44 pm
    Venus (-3.8 mag) – Close to Antares, Alp Sco, SAO 184415 (Double star, separation
    Nov 9 @ 6:44 pm – 6:45 pm
    Venus (-3.8 mag) Accurate time: 18h45m Close to Antares, Alp Sco, SAO 184415 (Double star, separation More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=16.54261613&de=-22.61211797&fovarcmin=490&tdt=2458797.5319381 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Mars (1.8 mag) – Close to Spica, Alp Vir, SAO 157923 (Multiple star system): 2.8° separated, brightness: 1.0 mag, position angle=202.09° S; Sun elongation=23.54° West (morning) 3:06 am
    Mars (1.8 mag) – Close to Spica, Alp Vir, SAO 157923 (Multiple star system): 2.8° separated, brightness: 1.0 mag, position angle=202.09° S; Sun elongation=23.54° West (morning)
    Nov 10 @ 3:06 am – 3:07 am
    Mars (1.8 mag) Accurate time: 3h07m Close to Spica, Alp Vir, SAO 157923 (Multiple star system): 2.8° separated, brightness: 1.0 mag, position angle=202.09° S; Sun elongation=23.54° West (morning) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=13.49225424&de=-8.543188622&fovarcmin=357&tdt=2458797.88043173 If you use these Continue reading →
    Moon – Max. Libration (6.913°) 6:11 am
    Moon – Max. Libration (6.913°)
    Nov 10 @ 6:11 am – 6:12 am
    Moon Accurate time: 6h11.0m Max. Libration (6.913°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458798.00845564&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 – Closest Approach (distance to earth: 0.675 AU, brightness: 5.8 mag, diameter: 9.96″) 1:04 pm
    Mercury – Closest Approach (distance to earth: 0.675 AU, brightness: 5.8 mag, diameter: 9.96″)
    Nov 10 @ 1:04 pm – 1:05 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 13.1h Closest Approach (distance to earth: 0.675 AU, brightness: 5.8 mag, diameter: 9.96″) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458798.29569825&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
    Transit of Mercury – Transit of Mercury begins 6:34 am
    Transit of Mercury – Transit of Mercury begins
    Nov 11 @ 6:34 am – 6:35 am
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 6h34m46s Transit of Mercury begins Contact at 83°11.6’E 19°07.0’S More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&obs=7156485761671199&lon=83.1930615&lat=-19.116675&tdt=2458799.02494533&sitename=Transit+of+Mercury+begins If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Transit of Mercury – First interior contact 6:36 am
    Transit of Mercury – First interior contact
    Nov 11 @ 6:36 am – 6:37 am
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 6h36m27s First interior contact Contact at 82°45.7’E 19°04.2’S More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&obs=7156485761671199&lon=82.7615605&lat=-19.070822&tdt=2458799.02611865&sitename=First+interior+contact If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Transit of Mercury – Eclipse at Sunrise: 6:42 am
    Transit of Mercury – Eclipse at Sunrise:
    Nov 11 @ 6:42 am – 6:43 am
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 6h42.0m Eclipse at Sunrise: Magnitude=0.5%, Obscuration=0.0% Position angle=109.9°, Position angle vertex=163.1°, Azimuth=110.9° ESE More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&tdt=2458799.02998976&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
    Transit of Mercury – Maximum depth of Transit of Mercury 9:19 am
    Transit of Mercury – Maximum depth of Transit of Mercury
    Nov 11 @ 9:19 am – 9:20 am
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 9h19m48s Maximum depth of Transit of Mercury Geocentric separation=75.90″ ET-UT=69.6sec More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&tdt=2458799.13955844&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
    Transit of Mercury ->graphicalchart – Maximum eclipse: 9:20 am
    Transit of Mercury ->graphicalchart – Maximum eclipse:
    Nov 11 @ 9:20 am – 9:21 am
    Transit of Mercury ->graphicalchart Accurate time: 9h20m22.7s Maximum eclipse: Transit of Mercury Magnitude=0.514%, Obscuration=0.003% Separation=73.99″, Position angle=24.1°, Position angle vertex=59.0°, Altitude=25.8°, Azimuth=138.5° SE, Duration of eclipse=5h22m, ET-UT=69.6sec More details: https://www.calsky.com/?Sunviewer=&obs=7156485761671199&tdt=2458799.13995679 If you use these entries, Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction (inferior): only 1.3′ separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 0.676 AU 9:21 am
    Mercury – Conjunction (inferior): only 1.3′ separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 0.676 AU
    Nov 11 @ 9:21 am – 9:22 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 9.4h Conjunction (inferior): only 1.3′ separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 0.676 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458799.14087397&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
    Transit of Mercury – Umbra eclipse ends 12:02 pm
    Transit of Mercury – Umbra eclipse ends
    Nov 11 @ 12:02 pm – 12:03 pm
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 12h02m48.1s Umbra eclipse ends Position angle=298.4°, Position angle vertex=297.3°, Altitude=37.2°, Azimuth=182.3° S More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&tdt=2458799.25275037&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
    Transit of Mercury – Last interior contact 12:03 pm
    Transit of Mercury – Last interior contact
    Nov 11 @ 12:03 pm – 12:04 pm
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 12h03m15s Last interior contact Contact at 174°33.8’W 27°07.0’N More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&obs=7156485761671199&lon=-174.563404&lat=27.117435&tdt=2458799.25306205&sitename=Last+interior+contact If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Transit of Mercury – Partial Transit of Mercury ends 12:04 pm
    Transit of Mercury – Partial Transit of Mercury ends
    Nov 11 @ 12:04 pm – 12:05 pm
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 12h04m29.2s Partial Transit of Mercury ends Position angle=298.4°, Position angle vertex=296.9°, Altitude=37.2°, Azimuth=182.8° S More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&tdt=2458799.25392106&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 →
    Transit of Mercury – Transit of Mercury ends 12:04 pm
    Transit of Mercury – Transit of Mercury ends
    Nov 11 @ 12:04 pm – 12:05 pm
    Transit of Mercury Accurate time: 12h04m56s Transit of Mercury ends Contact at 174°59.8’W 27°04.3’N More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=0&obs=7156485761671199&lon=-174.997074&lat=27.071951&tdt=2458799.25423557&sitename=Transit+of+Mercury+ends If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 05:19 UTC
    Moon – Full Moon (diameter: 30.3206′, declination: +13.952°) 7:34 am
    Moon – Full Moon (diameter: 30.3206′, declination: +13.952°)
    Nov 12 @ 7:34 am – 7:35 am
    Moon Accurate time: 7h34.4m Full Moon (diameter: 30.3206′, declination: +13.952°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458800.06636087&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 Full Moon (Altitude=-21.0°, topocentric diameter: 30.159′, topocentric airfree declination: 13.49°, maximum phase: 99.86%, elongation: 175.68°) 8:32 am
    Moon – Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=-21.0°, topocentric diameter: 30.159′, topocentric airfree declination: 13.49°, maximum phase: 99.86%, elongation: 175.68°)
    Nov 12 @ 8:32 am – 8:33 am
    Moon Accurate time: 8h32.3m Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=-21.0°, topocentric diameter: 30.159′, topocentric airfree declination: 13.49°, maximum phase: 99.86%, elongation: 175.68°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458800.10657373&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 Continue reading →
    Saturn (0.6 mag) – Close to Albaldah, Pi Sgr, SAO 187756 (Multiple star system): 1.3° separated, brightness: 2.9 mag, position angle=353.92° N; Sun elongation=54.19° East (evening) 5:55 pm
    Saturn (0.6 mag) – Close to Albaldah, Pi Sgr, SAO 187756 (Multiple star system): 1.3° separated, brightness: 2.9 mag, position angle=353.92° N; Sun elongation=54.19° East (evening)
    Nov 14 @ 5:55 pm – 5:56 pm
    Saturn (0.6 mag) Accurate time: 17h55m Close to Albaldah, Pi Sgr, SAO 187756 (Multiple star system): 1.3° separated, brightness: 2.9 mag, position angle=353.92° N; Sun elongation=54.19° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=19.17253439&de=-22.33906189&fovarcmin=167&tdt=2458802.49750351 If you use these Continue reading →
    Moon – Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -4.904°, latitude: +0.978°) 12:43 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -4.904°, latitude: +0.978°)
    Nov 15 @ 12:43 pm – 12:44 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 12h43.8m Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -4.904°, latitude: +0.978°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458803.28121715&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 – Perihelion (distance to sun: 0.3075 AU) 11:49 pm
    Mercury – Perihelion (distance to sun: 0.3075 AU)
    Nov 15 @ 11:49 pm – 11:50 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 23.8h Perihelion (distance to sun: 0.3075 AU) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458803.74379717&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. Decl. North (declination: +23.151°) 7:53 am
    Moon – Max. Decl. North (declination: +23.151°)
    Nov 16 @ 7:53 am – 7:54 am
    Moon Accurate time: 7h53.6m Max. Decl. North (declination: +23.151°) This is the 2nd northernmost moon position of the year. Former more northern moon position was at 27.7.2011. Next more northern moon position is at 13.12.2019 Continue reading →
    Meteor Maximum – Nov. Iota-Aurigids (IAR) ZHR=8.2 7:58 am
    Meteor Maximum – Nov. Iota-Aurigids (IAR) ZHR=8.2
    Nov 16 @ 7:58 am – 7:59 am
    Meteor Maximum Accurate time: 8h Nov. Iota-Aurigids (IAR) ZHR=8.2 Velocity=35.8km/s (medium speed) Radiant: RA=5.1h/76° Dec=33.3° (J2000) (in constellation Auriga/Aur) Solar longitude=233.6° (J2000) Stream active from 1. to 23. November More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?&number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&tdt=2458804.08303040&obs=7156485761671199&ra=5.23905652&de=34.50582602&fovarcmin=5400.00000000&telrad= If you use Continue reading →
    Meteor Maximum – Leonids (LEO) ZHR=15.0 10:51 pm
    Meteor Maximum – Leonids (LEO) ZHR=15.0
    Nov 17 @ 10:51 pm – 10:52 pm
    Meteor Maximum Accurate time: 23h Leonids (LEO) ZHR=15.0 Velocity=71.5km/s (very rapid) Radiant: RA=10.3h/154° Dec=21.5° (J2000) (in constellation Leo/Leo) Solar longitude=235.3° (J2000) Stream active from 10. to 23. November More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?&number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&tdt=2458805.70341288&obs=7156485761671199&ra=10.28012569&de=21.59833199&fovarcmin=5400.00000000&telrad= If you use these Continue reading →
    Venus (-3.9 mag) – Close to The Oph, SAO 185320 (Close double star): only 47.0′ separated, brightness: 3.3 mag, position angle=185.38° S; Sun elongation=25.05° East (evening) 1:36 am
    Venus (-3.9 mag) – Close to The Oph, SAO 185320 (Close double star): only 47.0′ separated, brightness: 3.3 mag, position angle=185.38° S; Sun elongation=25.05° East (evening)
    Nov 19 @ 1:36 am – 1:37 am
    Venus (-3.9 mag) Accurate time: 1h36m Close to The Oph, SAO 185320 (Close double star): only 47.0′ separated, brightness: 3.3 mag, position angle=185.38° S; Sun elongation=25.05° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=17.37245539&de=-24.22071015&fovarcmin=99&tdt=2458806.81777238 If you use these Continue reading →
    Moon – Last Quarter (diameter: 32.1546′, declination: +16.043°) 3:10 pm
    Moon – Last Quarter (diameter: 32.1546′, declination: +16.043°)
    Nov 19 @ 3:10 pm – 3:11 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 15h10.9m Last Quarter (diameter: 32.1546′, declination: +16.043°) This is the 2nd biggest last quarter moon of the year. Former larger last quarter moon was at 31.10.2018. Next larger last quarter moon is Continue reading →
    Moon – Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-28.3°, topocentric diameter: 31.906′, topocentric airfree declination: 15.22°) 3:49 pm
    Moon – Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-28.3°, topocentric diameter: 31.906′, topocentric airfree declination: 15.22°)
    Nov 19 @ 3:49 pm – 3:50 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 15h49.9m Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-28.3°, topocentric diameter: 31.906′, topocentric airfree declination: 15.22°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458807.41048200&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 – Magnitude brightens to 0 mag 9:25 pm
    Mercury – Magnitude brightens to 0 mag
    Nov 21 @ 9:25 pm – 9:26 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 21h Magnitude brightens to 0 mag More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458809.64357535&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: 0.222°, latitude: -6.682°) 1:48 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 0.222°, latitude: -6.682°)
    Nov 22 @ 1:48 pm – 1:49 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 13h48.7m Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 0.222°, latitude: -6.682°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458810.32629775&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 – Max. Libration (6.693°) 9:16 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration (6.693°)
    Nov 22 @ 9:16 pm – 9:17 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 21h16.9m Max. Libration (6.693°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458810.63756778&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 – Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 366690.3 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -1.6° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 360312.2 km, apparent diameter: 33’10.0″) 1:32 am
    Moon – Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 366690.3 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -1.6° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 360312.2 km, apparent diameter: 33’10.0″)
    Nov 23 @ 1:32 am – 1:33 am
    Moon Accurate time: 1h32.1m Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 366690.3 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -1.6° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 360312.2 km, apparent diameter: 33’10.0″) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458810.81477729&obs=7156485761671199 If Continue reading →
    Venus (-3.9 mag) – Close to Jupiter: 1.4° separated from center of Jupiter, brightness: -1.9 mag, position angle=2.67° N; Sun elongation=26.25° East (evening) 6:29 am
    Venus (-3.9 mag) – Close to Jupiter: 1.4° separated from center of Jupiter, brightness: -1.9 mag, position angle=2.67° N; Sun elongation=26.25° East (evening)
    Nov 24 @ 6:29 am – 6:30 am
    Venus (-3.9 mag) Accurate time: 6h29m Close to Jupiter: 1.4° separated from center of Jupiter, brightness: -1.9 mag, position angle=2.67° N; Sun elongation=26.25° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=17.84403108&de=-24.67442620&fovarcmin=178&tdt=2458812.02128269&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support Continue reading →
    Venus – Conjunction with Jupiter, 1.4° separated from center of Jupiter, position angle=0.79° N. Distance to earth: 1.468 AU 7:33 am
    Venus – Conjunction with Jupiter, 1.4° separated from center of Jupiter, position angle=0.79° N. Distance to earth: 1.468 AU
    Nov 24 @ 7:33 am – 7:34 am
    Venus Accurate time: 7h33m Conjunction with Jupiter, 1.4° separated from center of Jupiter, position angle=0.79° N. Distance to earth: 1.468 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=2&tdt=2458812.06569040&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on Continue reading →
    Venus – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Jupiter (1.4° separated from center of Jupiter), position angle=0.00° N 8:00 am
    Venus – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Jupiter (1.4° separated from center of Jupiter), position angle=0.00° N
    Nov 24 @ 8:00 am – 8:01 am
    Venus Accurate time: 8h00m Conjunction in Right Ascension with Jupiter (1.4° separated from center of Jupiter), position angle=0.00° N More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=2&tdt=2458812.08439031&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 (-0.3 mag) – Close to Mars: 9.5° separated from center of Mars, brightness: 1.7 mag, position angle=276.51° W; Sun elongation=19.51° West (morning) 6:30 pm
    Mercury (-0.3 mag) – Close to Mars: 9.5° separated from center of Mars, brightness: 1.7 mag, position angle=276.51° W; Sun elongation=19.51° West (morning)
    Nov 24 @ 6:30 pm – 6:31 pm
    Mercury (-0.3 mag) Accurate time: 18h30m Close to Mars: 9.5° separated from center of Mars, brightness: 1.7 mag, position angle=276.51° W; Sun elongation=19.51° West (morning) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=14.74170154&de=-13.30618097&fovarcmin=1195&tdt=2458812.52178109&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support Continue reading →
    Mercury – Dichotomy/Half phase 4:32 am
    Mercury – Dichotomy/Half phase
    Nov 25 @ 4:32 am – 4:33 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 4.5h Dichotomy/Half phase More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458812.94004487&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 – New Moon (diameter: 32.0351′, declination: -18.050°) 9:05 am
    Moon – New Moon (diameter: 32.0351′, declination: -18.050°)
    Nov 26 @ 9:05 am – 9:06 am
    Moon Accurate time: 9h05.6m New Moon (diameter: 32.0351′, declination: -18.050°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458814.12968225&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 New Moon (Altitude=+21.6°, topocentric diameter: 32.243′, topocentric airfree declination: -18.77°, minimum phase: 0.05%, elongation: 2.45°) 9:06 am
    Moon – Topocentric New Moon (Altitude=+21.6°, topocentric diameter: 32.243′, topocentric airfree declination: -18.77°, minimum phase: 0.05%, elongation: 2.45°)
    Nov 26 @ 9:06 am – 9:07 am
    Moon Accurate time: 9h06.2m Topocentric New Moon (Altitude=+21.6°, topocentric diameter: 32.243′, topocentric airfree declination: -18.77°, minimum phase: 0.05%, elongation: 2.45°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458814.13008931&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 Continue reading →
    Neptune – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to ecliptic) 6:49 am
    Neptune – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to ecliptic)
    Nov 27 @ 6:49 am – 6:50 am
    Neptune Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to ecliptic) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=8&tdt=2458815.03498434&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
    Neptune – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to equator) 2:32 pm
    Neptune – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to equator)
    Nov 27 @ 2:32 pm – 2:33 pm
    Neptune Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to equator) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=8&tdt=2458815.35693020&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
    Thanksgiving Day (U.S.)
    Thanksgiving Day (U.S.)
    Nov 28 all-day
    Thanksgiving Day (U.S.) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=8&tdt=2458815.35693020&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 – Greatest Elongation (20.1° West, in the mornings, brightness: -0.6 mag) 4:29 am
    Mercury – Greatest Elongation (20.1° West, in the mornings, brightness: -0.6 mag)
    Nov 28 @ 4:29 am – 4:30 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 4.5h Greatest Elongation (20.1° West, in the mornings, brightness: -0.6 mag) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458815.93776903&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 – Aphelion (distance to sun: 0.7282 AU) 12:41 pm
    Venus – Aphelion (distance to sun: 0.7282 AU)
    Nov 28 @ 12:41 pm – 12:42 pm
    Venus Accurate time: 12.7h Aphelion (distance to sun: 0.7282 AU) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=2&tdt=2458816.27953458&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: 5.871°, latitude: -0.421°) 3:44 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 5.871°, latitude: -0.421°)
    Nov 28 @ 3:44 pm – 3:45 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 15h44.6m Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 5.871°, latitude: -0.421°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458816.40679704&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 Continue reading →
    Moon – Max. Decl. South (declination: -23.200°) 4:33 am
    Moon – Max. Decl. South (declination: -23.200°)
    Nov 29 @ 4:33 am – 4:34 am
    Moon Accurate time: 4h33.8m Max. Decl. South (declination: -23.200°) This is the 2nd southernmost moon position of the year. Former more southern moon position was at 8.8.2011. Next more southern moon position is at 26.12.2019 Continue reading →