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Sun, Aug 28, 2016

(Today)

All times shown in EDT.
Sunrise: 06:34
Sunset: 19:45
Twilight  from 04:59
until 21:20

26-day old moon
Age of Moon: 26  days

Rise Set
Mercury 08:36 20:22
Venus 08:26 20:44
Moon 02:59 17:07
Mars 14:45 23:54
Jupiter 08:22 20:41
Saturn 14:19 00:09

The sky on 28 August 2016
Sunrise: 06:34
Sunset: 19:45
Twilight from 04:59
until 21:20
All times shown in EDT.

26-day old moon
Age of Moon:
26 days

Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 08:36 14:29 20:22
Venus 08:26 14:35 20:44
Moon 02:59 10:03 17:07
Mars 14:45 19:20 23:54
Jupiter 08:22 14:32 20:41
Saturn 14:19 19:12 00:09