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Thu, Jan 19, 2017

(Today)

All times shown in EST.
Sunrise: 07:15
Sunset: 16:57
Twilight  from 05:39
until 18:33

21-day old moon
Age of Moon: 21  days

Rise Set
Mercury 05:41 15:05
Venus 09:24 20:55
Moon 23:50 11:19
Mars 09:43 21:28
Jupiter 23:44 11:02
Saturn 04:48 14:12

The sky on 19 January 2017
Sunrise: 07:15
Sunset: 16:57
Twilight
from 05:39
until 18:33

21-day old moon
Age of Moon:
21 days

All times shown in EST.
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 05:41 10:23 15:05
Venus 09:24 15:09 20:55
Moon 23:50 05:35 11:19
Mars 09:43 15:35 21:28
Jupiter 23:44 05:25 11:02
Saturn 04:48 09:30 14:12