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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 husband 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.

Pisces

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

Sculptor

The sculptor – originally, the sculptor's studio; a modern constellation introduced by Lacaille in 1756.

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Thu, Sep 21, 2017

All times shown in EDT.
Sunrise 06:55
Sunset 19:08
Twilight ends 20:37
begins 05:26

1-day old moon
Age of Moon
1 days

Rise Set
Mercury 05:45 18:41
Venus 04:41 18:05
Moon 08:22 20:10
Mars 05:23 18:27
Jupiter 09:10 20:17
Saturn 13:42 23:16

The sky on 21 September 2017
Sunrise 06:55
Sunset 19:08
Twilight ends
20:37
Twilight begins
05:26

1-day old moon
Age of Moon
1 days

All times shown in EDT.
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 05:45 12:13 18:41
Venus 04:41 11:23 18:05
Moon 08:22 14:16 20:10
Mars 05:23 11:55 18:27
Jupiter 09:10 14:43 20:17
Saturn 13:42 18:29 23:16