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Aries

The ram; in Greek mythology, the animal whose golden fleece was recovered by Jason and the Argonauts.

Cetus

The sea monster, which in Greek mythology attacked Cepheus's territory and Andromeda, but which was slain by Perseus.

Andromeda

The Princess Andromeda; in Greek mythology, the daughter of Cepheus and Cassiopeia and wife of Perseus.

Cassiopeia

Queen Cassiopeia; in Greek mythology, wife of Cepheus and mother of Andromeda.

Triangulum

The triangle; appearing similar to a capital delta in the Greek alphabet.

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Two fishes, swimming in opposite directions with their tails connected by a cord.

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Sun, Sep 22, 2019


Sunrise 06:54
Sunset 19:07
Twilight ends 20:51
begins 05:10

23-day old moon
Waning Crescent

41%

23 days old


Rise Set
Mercury 08:15 19:34
Venus 07:51 19:33
Moon 23:34 15:18
Mars 06:16 18:58
Jupiter 13:49 22:22
Saturn 15:45 00:21

All times shown in PDT.
The sky on 22 September 2019
Sunrise
06:54
Sunset
19:07
Twilight ends
20:51
Twilight begins
05:10

23-day old moon
Waning Crescent

41%

23 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 08:15 13:55 19:34
Venus 07:51 13:42 19:33
Moon 23:34 07:26 15:18
Mars 06:16 12:37 18:58
Jupiter 13:49 18:06 22:22
Saturn 15:45 20:01 00:21
All times shown in PDT.