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    Moon – Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 4.664°, latitude: -6.621°) 7:21 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 4.664°, latitude: -6.621°)
    Sep 1 @ 7:21 pm – 7:22 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 19h21.1m Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 4.664°, latitude: -6.621°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458728.51546794&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 →
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    Labor Day (U.S./Canada)
    Labor Day (U.S./Canada)
    Sep 2 all-day
    Labor Day (U.S./Canada) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458728.51546794&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 – Conjunction, 1.1° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 2.675 AU 5:42 am
    Mars – Conjunction, 1.1° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 2.675 AU
    Sep 2 @ 5:42 am – 5:43 am
    Mars Accurate time: 5h42m Conjunction, 1.1° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 2.675 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=4&tdt=2458728.94691592&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
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    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Mars: only 42.0′ separated from center of Mars, position angle=180.00° S 5:44 am
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Mars: only 42.0′ separated from center of Mars, position angle=180.00° S
    Sep 3 @ 5:44 am – 5:45 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 5h44m Conjunction in Right Ascension with Mars: only 42.0′ separated from center of Mars, position angle=180.00° S More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458729.94832189&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated on 13-Jan-2019 Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction with Mars: only 38.6′ separated from center of Mars, position angle=202.32° S. Distance to earth: 1.367 AU 10:39 am
    Mercury – Conjunction with Mars: only 38.6′ separated from center of Mars, position angle=202.32° S. Distance to earth: 1.367 AU
    Sep 3 @ 10:39 am – 10:40 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 10h40m Conjunction with Mars: only 38.6′ separated from center of Mars, position angle=202.32° S. Distance to earth: 1.367 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458730.15348246&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated Continue reading →
    Mercury (-1.9 mag) – Close to Mars: only 38.5′ separated from center of Mars, brightness: 1.7 mag, position angle=203.64° SW; Sun elongation=1.15° West (morning) 10:56 am
    Mercury (-1.9 mag) – Close to Mars: only 38.5′ separated from center of Mars, brightness: 1.7 mag, position angle=203.64° SW; Sun elongation=1.15° West (morning)
    Sep 3 @ 10:56 am – 10:57 am
    Mercury (-1.9 mag) Accurate time: 10h56m Close to Mars: only 38.5′ separated from center of Mars, brightness: 1.7 mag, position angle=203.64° SW; Sun elongation=1.15° West (morning) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=10.82597927&de=9.33160065&fovarcmin=81&tdt=2458730.16489897&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction (superior), 1.7° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 1.369 AU 8:40 pm
    Mercury – Conjunction (superior), 1.7° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 1.369 AU
    Sep 3 @ 8:40 pm – 8:41 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 20.7h Conjunction (superior), 1.7° separated from center of Sun. Distance to earth: 1.369 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458730.57033511&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
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    Moon – Max. Libration (9.315°) 3:58 am
    Moon – Max. Libration (9.315°)
    Sep 4 @ 3:58 am – 3:59 am
    Moon Accurate time: 3h59.0m Max. Libration (9.315°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458730.87508358&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
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    Moon – Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.977°, latitude: -4.022°) 12:46 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.977°, latitude: -4.022°)
    Sep 5 @ 12:46 pm – 12:47 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 12h46.7m Max. Libration East: Mare Crisium limb is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 7.977°, latitude: -4.022°) This is the 3rd easternmost east libration of the last 10 years, the 3rd easternmost Continue reading →
    Moon – First Quarter (diameter: 31.0206′, declination: -19.642°) 10:10 pm
    Moon – First Quarter (diameter: 31.0206′, declination: -19.642°)
    Sep 5 @ 10:10 pm – 10:11 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 22h10.4m First Quarter (diameter: 31.0206′, declination: -19.642°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458732.63304131&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= +9.7°, topocentric diameter: 31.091′, topocentric airfree declination: -20.38°) 11:04 pm
    Moon – Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude= +9.7°, topocentric diameter: 31.091′, topocentric airfree declination: -20.38°)
    Sep 5 @ 11:04 pm – 11:05 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 23h04.1m Topocentric First Quarter (Altitude= +9.7°, topocentric diameter: 31.091′, topocentric airfree declination: -20.38°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458732.67031503&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
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    Moon – Max. Decl. South (declination: -22.542°) 4:36 am
    Moon – Max. Decl. South (declination: -22.542°)
    Sep 8 @ 4:36 am – 4:37 am
    Moon Accurate time: 4h36.2m Max. Decl. South (declination: -22.542°) This is the lowest southernmost moon position of the next 10 years. Former lower southern southernmost moon position was at 12.8.2019. Next lower southern southernmost moon Continue reading →
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    Neptune – Opposition (distance to earth: 28.928 AU, brightness: 7.8 mag, diameter: 2.32″) 2:23 am
    Neptune – Opposition (distance to earth: 28.928 AU, brightness: 7.8 mag, diameter: 2.32″)
    Sep 10 @ 2:23 am – 2:24 am
    Neptune Opposition (distance to earth: 28.928 AU, brightness: 7.8 mag, diameter: 2.32″) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=8&tdt=2458736.80899670&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 (-1.0 mag) – Close to Venus: only 17.1′ separated from center of Venus, brightness: -3.9 mag, position angle=32.64° NE; Sun elongation=8.29° East (evening) 8:01 am
    Mercury (-1.0 mag) – Close to Venus: only 17.1′ separated from center of Venus, brightness: -3.9 mag, position angle=32.64° NE; Sun elongation=8.29° East (evening)
    Sep 13 @ 8:01 am – 8:02 am
    Mercury (-1.0 mag) Accurate time: 8h01m Close to Venus: only 17.1′ separated from center of Venus, brightness: -3.9 mag, position angle=32.64° NE; Sun elongation=8.29° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=11.93037617&de=1.58409337&fovarcmin=36&tdt=2458740.04349673&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please Continue reading →
    Moon – Apogee (distance moon center to earth center: 406382.8 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -10.5° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 400005.4 km, apparent diameter: 29’52.5″) 8:16 am
    Moon – Apogee (distance moon center to earth center: 406382.8 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -10.5° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 400005.4 km, apparent diameter: 29’52.5″)
    Sep 13 @ 8:16 am – 8:17 am
    Moon Accurate time: 8h16.3m Apogee (distance moon center to earth center: 406382.8 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude -10.5° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 400005.4 km, apparent diameter: 29’52.5″) This is the 2nd Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction with Venus: only 17.3′ separated from center of Venus, position angle=23.44° NE. Distance to earth: 1.384 AU 10:10 am
    Mercury – Conjunction with Venus: only 17.3′ separated from center of Venus, position angle=23.44° NE. Distance to earth: 1.384 AU
    Sep 13 @ 10:10 am – 10:11 am
    Mercury Accurate time: 10h11m Conjunction with Venus: only 17.3′ separated from center of Venus, position angle=23.44° NE. Distance to earth: 1.384 AU More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458740.13319498&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated Continue reading →
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Venus: only 20.3′ separated from center of Venus, position angle=0.00° N 4:35 pm
    Mercury – Conjunction in Right Ascension with Venus: only 20.3′ separated from center of Venus, position angle=0.00° N
    Sep 13 @ 4:35 pm – 4:36 pm
    Mercury Accurate time: 16h35m Conjunction in Right Ascension with Venus: only 20.3′ separated from center of Venus, position angle=0.00° N More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=1&tdt=2458740.40021048&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 – Full Moon (diameter: 29.4044′, declination: -7.751°) 11:32 pm
    Moon – Full Moon (diameter: 29.4044′, declination: -7.751°)
    Sep 13 @ 11:32 pm – 11:33 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 23h32.8m Full Moon (diameter: 29.4044′, declination: -7.751°) This is the smallest full moon of the next 10 years, and the smallest of the year. Former smaller full moon was at 9.6.2017. Next Continue reading →
    Moon – Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=+40.4°, topocentric diameter: 29.714′, topocentric airfree declination: -7.72°, maximum phase: 99.80%, elongation: 174.82°) 3:04 am
    Moon – Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=+40.4°, topocentric diameter: 29.714′, topocentric airfree declination: -7.72°, maximum phase: 99.80%, elongation: 174.82°)
    Sep 14 @ 3:04 am – 3:05 am
    Moon Accurate time: 3h04.1m Topocentric Full Moon (Altitude=+40.4°, topocentric diameter: 29.714′, topocentric airfree declination: -7.72°, maximum phase: 99.80%, elongation: 174.82°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458740.83701335&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. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -2.946°, latitude: +6.604°) 11:05 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -2.946°, latitude: +6.604°)
    Sep 15 @ 11:05 pm – 11:06 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 23h05.3m Max. Libration North: North Pole and Mare Frigoris are tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -2.946°, latitude: +6.604°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458742.67114062&obs=7156485761671199 If you use these entries, please support us: https://www.calsky.com/?Sponsor=&obs=7156485761671199 Calculated Continue reading →
    Saturn – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to equator) 12:51 am
    Saturn – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to equator)
    Sep 18 @ 12:51 am – 12:52 am
    Saturn Accurate time: 1h Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to equator) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=6&tdt=2458744.74459916&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
    Saturn – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to ecliptic) 3:25 am
    Saturn – Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to ecliptic)
    Sep 18 @ 3:25 am – 3:26 am
    Saturn Accurate time: 3h Stationary: Getting Prograde (relative to ecliptic) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=6&tdt=2458744.85187794&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 (7.915°) 10:24 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration (7.915°)
    Sep 18 @ 10:24 pm – 10:25 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 22h24.2m Max. Libration (7.915°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458745.64258480&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: -7.098°, latitude: +1.907°) 7:38 pm
    Moon – Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.098°, latitude: +1.907°)
    Sep 21 @ 7:38 pm – 7:39 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 19h38.1m Max. Libration West: Crater Grimaldi is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: -7.098°, latitude: +1.907°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458748.52727442&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 Last Quarter (Altitude=-26.0°, topocentric diameter: 31.066′, topocentric airfree declination: 21.29°) 9:10 pm
    Moon – Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-26.0°, topocentric diameter: 31.066′, topocentric airfree declination: 21.29°)
    Sep 21 @ 9:10 pm – 9:11 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 21h10.4m Topocentric Last Quarter (Altitude=-26.0°, topocentric diameter: 31.066′, topocentric airfree declination: 21.29°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458748.59136424&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 – Last Quarter (diameter: 31.2977′, declination: +22.069°) 9:40 pm
    Moon – Last Quarter (diameter: 31.2977′, declination: +22.069°)
    Sep 21 @ 9:40 pm – 9:41 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 21h40.9m Last Quarter (diameter: 31.2977′, declination: +22.069°) This is the northernmost last quarter moon of the year. Former more northern last quarter moon was at 20.9.2011. Next more northern last quarter moon Continue reading →
    Venus (-3.9 mag) – Close to Porrima, Gam Vir, SAO 138917 (Multiple star system): 1.7° separated, brightness: 2.8 mag, position angle=24.16° NE; Sun elongation=10.83° East (evening) 5:07 pm
    Venus (-3.9 mag) – Close to Porrima, Gam Vir, SAO 138917 (Multiple star system): 1.7° separated, brightness: 2.8 mag, position angle=24.16° NE; Sun elongation=10.83° East (evening)
    Sep 22 @ 5:07 pm – 5:08 pm
    Venus (-3.9 mag) Accurate time: 17h08m Close to Porrima, Gam Vir, SAO 138917 (Multiple star system): 1.7° separated, brightness: 2.8 mag, position angle=24.16° NE; Sun elongation=10.83° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=12.64899233&de=-2.954814786&fovarcmin=208&tdt=2458749.42296923 If you use these Continue reading →
    Moon – Max. Decl. North (declination: +22.682°) 8:51 pm
    Moon – Max. Decl. North (declination: +22.682°)
    Sep 22 @ 8:51 pm – 8:52 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 20h51.3m Max. Decl. North (declination: +22.682°) This is the lowest northernmost moon position of the next 10 years. Former lower northern northernmost moon position was at 26.8.2019. Next lower northern northernmost moon Continue reading →
    Moon – Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 357795.8 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude 6.4° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 351418.0 km, apparent diameter: 34’00.3″) 9:17 pm
    Moon – Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 357795.8 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude 6.4° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 351418.0 km, apparent diameter: 34’00.3″)
    Sep 27 @ 9:17 pm – 9:18 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 21h17.3m Perigee (distance moon center to earth center: 357795.8 km; closest point on earth ellipsoid with latitude 6.4° (WGS84), distance to moon center: 351418.0 km, apparent diameter: 34’00.3″) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458754.59614241&obs=7156485761671199 If Continue reading →
    Moon – New Moon (diameter: 33.3456′, declination: +2.429°) 1:26 pm
    Moon – New Moon (diameter: 33.3456′, declination: +2.429°)
    Sep 28 @ 1:26 pm – 1:27 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 13h26.4m New Moon (diameter: 33.3456′, declination: +2.429°) This is the 2nd nearest new moon of the year. Former closer new moon was at 30.8.2019. Next closer new moon is at 16.10.2020 (calculated Continue reading →
    Moon – Topocentric New Moon (Altitude=+48.7°, topocentric diameter: 33.792′, topocentric airfree declination: 1.51°, minimum phase: 0.15%, elongation: 4.37°) 2:53 pm
    Moon – Topocentric New Moon (Altitude=+48.7°, topocentric diameter: 33.792′, topocentric airfree declination: 1.51°, minimum phase: 0.15%, elongation: 4.37°)
    Sep 28 @ 2:53 pm – 2:54 pm
    Moon Accurate time: 14h53.6m Topocentric New Moon (Altitude=+48.7°, topocentric diameter: 33.792′, topocentric airfree declination: 1.51°, minimum phase: 0.15%, elongation: 4.37°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458755.32972103&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. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 2.790°, latitude: -6.525°) 2:30 am
    Moon – Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 2.790°, latitude: -6.525°)
    Sep 29 @ 2:30 am – 2:31 am
    Moon Accurate time: 2h30.4m Max. Libration South: South Pole is tipped into view (Earth’s selenographic longitude: 2.790°, latitude: -6.525°) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Planet&number=10&tdt=2458755.81356442&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 (-0.2 mag) – Close to Spica, Alp Vir, SAO 157923 (Multiple star system): 1.3° separated, brightness: 1.0 mag, position angle=206.36° SW; Sun elongation=18.30° East (evening) 3:45 am
    Mercury (-0.2 mag) – Close to Spica, Alp Vir, SAO 157923 (Multiple star system): 1.3° separated, brightness: 1.0 mag, position angle=206.36° SW; Sun elongation=18.30° East (evening)
    Sep 29 @ 3:45 am – 3:46 am
    Mercury (-0.2 mag) Accurate time: 3h46m Close to Spica, Alp Vir, SAO 157923 (Multiple star system): 1.3° separated, brightness: 1.0 mag, position angle=206.36° SW; Sun elongation=18.30° East (evening) More details: https://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?number=11&coorEphem=TopoEquAstro2000&ra=13.45825971&de=-10.02730831&fovarcmin=160&tdt=2458755.86596315 If you use these Continue reading →