The Night Sky

Showing events visible from Ashburn on 22 May 2018.
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Moon at First Quarter

From the Moon feed

The Moon appears high in the sky at sunset and sets in the west at around midnight.
The sky on 22 May 2018
Sunrise
05:50
Sunset
20:20
Twilight ends
22:11
Twilight begins
03:59

7-day old moon
Waxing Gibbous

50%

7 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 05:09 12:02 18:54
Venus 07:51 15:24 22:57
Moon 13:32 20:07 02:05
Mars 00:42 05:29 10:16
Jupiter 18:52 00:08 05:19
Saturn 22:55 03:44 08:30
All times shown in EDT.

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Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter

From the Appulses feed

Full Moon

From the Moon feed

Close approach of the Moon and Saturn

From the Appulses feed

Close approach of the Moon and Mars

From the Appulses feed

Moon at Last Quarter

From the Moon feed

New Moon

From the Moon feed

Close approach of the Moon and Venus

From the Appulses feed

Close approach of the Moon and M44

From the Appulses feed

Asteroid 4 Vesta at opposition

From the Asteroids feed

Close approach of Venus and M44

From the Appulses feed

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Close approach of the Moon and M44

From the Appulses feed

New Moon

From the Moon feed

Jupiter at opposition

From the Outer Planets feed

Moon at Last Quarter

From the Moon feed

Close approach of the Moon and Mars

From the Appulses feed

η–Aquarid meteor shower

From the Meteor Showers feed

Supernova AT2018bek discovered

From the Novae & Supernovae feed

Supernova AT2018bfd discovered

From the Novae & Supernovae feed

Close approach of the Moon and Saturn

From the Appulses feed

Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter

From the Appulses feed

Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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