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Pegasus

The winged horse; in Greek mythology, used by Zeus to carry thunder and lightning.

Cepheus

King Cepheus of Ethiopeia; in Greek mythology, the king of Ethiopia, descended from Zeus and Io.

Capricornus

The sea goat; associated with Pan in Greek mythology, god of the countryside.

Aquarius

The water bearer; in Greek mythology, Ganymede, wine-waiter to the Gods and lover of Zeus.

Lacerta

The lizard; introduced as a constellation by Johannes Hevelius in 1690.

Equuleus

The little horse; a tiny yet ancient constellation with no mythological association.

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Tue, Sep 17, 2019


Sunrise 06:47
Sunset 19:17
Twilight ends 21:03
begins 05:02

18-day old moon
Waning Gibbous

90%

18 days old


Rise Set
Mercury 07:49 19:41
Venus 07:37 19:41
Moon 21:13 09:54
Mars 06:19 19:11
Jupiter 14:06 22:39
Saturn 16:05 00:41

All times shown in PDT.
The sky on 17 September 2019
Sunrise
06:47
Sunset
19:17
Twilight ends
21:03
Twilight begins
05:02

18-day old moon
Waning Gibbous

90%

18 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 07:49 13:45 19:41
Venus 07:37 13:39 19:41
Moon 21:13 03:21 09:54
Mars 06:19 12:45 19:11
Jupiter 14:06 18:23 22:39
Saturn 16:05 20:21 00:41
All times shown in PDT.