Novae & Supernovae

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Supernova SN2018aoz discovered

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A new supernova has been discovered in NGC 3923.
The sky on 21 September 2019
Sunrise
06:55
Sunset
19:08
Twilight ends
20:38
Twilight begins
05:25

22-day old moon
Waning Gibbous

59%

22 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 08:05 13:53 19:41
Venus 07:46 13:42 19:37
Moon 23:58 06:25 13:40
Mars 06:23 12:40 18:56
Jupiter 13:25 18:10 22:55
Saturn 15:22 20:06 00:55
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Ashburn

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