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The cluster IC 4665 is well placed

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Lunar occultation of Antares

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The Ptolemy cluster is well placed

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Full Moon

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The Lagoon Nebula is well placed

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Close approach of the Moon and Saturn

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Ophiuchus

The serpent bearer; in Greek mythology, Asclepius, the god of medicine, depicted in the sky holding the snake Serpens.

Draco

The dragon; in Greek mythology, Ladon, guard of the tree on which golden apples grew, slain by Hercules.

Hercules

Hercules; a large yet dark constellation representing the greatest hero of Greek mythology.

Serpens Cauda

The serpent's tail; held by Ophiuchus and part of the same constellation as Serpens Caput.

Corona Australis

The southern crown, lying at the feet of Sagittarius, and known to the Greeks as a wreath.

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San Diego

Latitude:
Longitude:
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32.72°N
117.16°W
PDT

Color scheme


Thu, Jun 20, 2024


Sunrise 05:38
Sunset 19:59
Twilight ends 21:41
begins 03:56

14-day old moon
Full Moon

99%

14 days old


Rise Set
Mercury 06:08 20:33
Venus 05:58 20:17
Moon 18:08 04:07
Mars 02:38 15:53
Jupiter 04:07 18:04
Saturn 00:27 12:01

All times shown in PDT.
The sky on 20 June 2024
Sunrise
05:38
Sunset
19:59
Twilight ends
21:41
Twilight begins
03:56

14-day old moon
Waxing Gibbous

99%

14 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 06:08 13:21 20:33
Venus 05:58 13:07 20:17
Moon 18:08 --:-- 04:07
Mars 02:38 09:15 15:53
Jupiter 04:07 11:06 18:04
Saturn 00:27 06:14 12:01
All times shown in PDT.