The Night Sky

Showing events visible from Ashburn on 19 February 2018.
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New Moon

From the Moon feed

The Moon disappears into the Sun's glare.
The sky on 19 February 2018
Sunrise 06:55
Sunset 17:50
Twilight ends
19:19
Twilight begins
05:26

4-day old moon
Age of Moon
4 days

All times shown in EST.
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 07:10 12:32 17:54
Venus 07:28 13:02 18:36
Moon 09:11 15:21 21:30
Mars 02:18 07:04 11:51
Jupiter 00:29 05:34 10:38
Saturn 03:54 08:39 13:24

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Moon at First Quarter

From the Moon feed

Full Moon

From the Moon feed

Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter

From the Appulses feed

Moon at Last Quarter

From the Moon feed

Close approach of the Moon and Mars

From the Appulses feed

Close approach of the Moon and Saturn

From the Appulses feed

Mercury at greatest elongation east

From the Inner Planets feed

New Moon

From the Moon feed

Close approach of Mars and NGC 6530

From the Appulses feed

March equinox

From the Earth feed

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Partial solar eclipse

From the Eclipses feed

Close approach of the Moon and Saturn

From the Appulses feed

Close approach of the Moon and Mars

From the Appulses feed

Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter

From the Appulses feed

Moon at Last Quarter

From the Moon feed

1 Ceres at opposition

From the Dwarf Planets feed

Total lunar eclipse

From the Eclipses feed

Full Moon

From the Moon feed

Supernova Gaia18aho discovered

From the Novae & Supernovae feed

Moon at First Quarter

From the Moon feed

Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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