|The sky on 25 April 2018|
9 days old
All times shown in EDT.
The circumstances of this event were computed using the DE405 planetary ephemeris published by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
This event was automatically generated by searching the ephemeris for planetary alignments which are of interest to amateur astronomers, and the text above was generated based on an estimate of your location.
|25 Apr 2018||– 1 Ceres at perihelion|
|07 Oct 2018||– 1 Ceres at solar conjunction|
|29 May 2019||– 1 Ceres at opposition|
|13 Jan 2020||– 1 Ceres at solar conjunction|