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NGC 869 is well placed

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The open star cluster NGC 869 in Perseus, also known as the western half of the double cluster is well placed for observation.
The sky on 23 October 2018
Sunrise
07:26
Sunset
18:19
Twilight ends
19:49
Twilight begins
05:57

14-day old moon
Waxing Gibbous

97%

14 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 09:13 14:09 19:05
Venus 08:04 13:01 17:58
Moon 18:19 00:36 05:52
Mars 15:19 20:19 01:21
Jupiter 09:38 14:38 19:38
Saturn 12:34 17:18 22:02
All times shown in EDT.

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Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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