Astronomical Calendar for 2017

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January
1 Conjunction of Mars and Neptune
Close approach of Mars and Neptune
M41 is well placed
2 Close approach of the Moon and Venus
Conjunction of the Moon and Venus
Close approach of the Moon and Neptune
3 Close approach of the Moon and Mars
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
4 Quadrantid meteor shower
The Earth at perihelion
5 Moon at First Quarter
7 134340 Pluto at solar conjunction
9 Supernova SN2017jd discovered
10 The Moon at perigee
12 Full Moon
Venus at greatest elongation east
Close approach of Venus and Neptune
13 C/2016 U1 (NEOWISE) reaches its brightest
12 Conjunction of Venus and Neptune
The Moon at aphelion
13 Mercury at dichotomy
14 C/2016 U1 (NEOWISE) at perihelion
74P/Smirnova-Chernykh reaches its brightest
13 Conjunction of Ceres and Eris
14 Venus at dichotomy
M47 is well placed
NGC 2403 is well placed
16 NGC 2451 is well placed
17 Asteroid 4 Vesta at opposition
19 Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter
Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter
12 Mercury reaches highest point in morning sky
19 Mercury at greatest elongation west
Moon at Last Quarter
NGC 2516 is well placed
21 The Moon at apogee
23 NGC 2547 is well placed
24 Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn
Close approach of the Moon and Saturn
25 Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury
26 The Moon at perihelion
27 New Moon
29 Conjunction of Mercury and Pluto
30 M44 is well placed
IC2391 is well placed
31 Conjunction of the Moon and Venus
Close approach of the Moon and Venus
IC2395 is well placed
Conjunction of the Moon and Mars
Close approach of the Moon and Mars

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