Simulated image courtesy of Tom Ruen.
The Moon is visible for much of the night.

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Moon at Last Quarter

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Close approach of Mars and NGC 6530

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Close approach of the Moon and Mars

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M44 is well placed

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New Moon

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Close approach of Mars and M22

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Gemini

The mythical twins Castor and Pollux.

Canis Minor

The lesser dog; in Greek mythology, a hunting dog belonging to Orion, depicted pursuing the hare Lepus.

Lynx

The lynx; a faint constellation introduced by Johannes Hevelius in 1687.

Cancer

The crab; in Greek mythology, a crab which bit Hercules's foot.

Monoceros

The unicorn; a constellation introduced by Plancius in 1612.

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47.61°N
122.33°W
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Thu, Jan 20, 2022


Sunrise 07:47
Sunset 16:51
Twilight ends 18:40
begins 05:58

18-day old moon
Waning Gibbous

89%

18 days old


Rise Set
Mercury 07:49 17:30
Venus 06:10 15:48
Moon 18:36 09:42
Mars 05:47 14:04
Jupiter 09:19 19:49
Saturn 08:31 17:57

All times shown in PST.
The sky on 20 January 2022
Sunrise
07:47
Sunset
16:51
Twilight ends
18:40
Twilight begins
05:58

18-day old moon
Waning Gibbous

89%

18 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 07:49 12:40 17:30
Venus 06:10 10:59 15:48
Moon 18:36 02:16 09:42
Mars 05:47 09:55 14:04
Jupiter 09:19 14:34 19:49
Saturn 08:31 13:14 17:57
All times shown in PST.