The Night Sky

Showing events visible from Fairfield on 21 September 2020.
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September equinox

From the Earth feed

Day and night have equal length, marking the beginning of autumn in the northern hemisphere and spring in the southern hemisphere.
The sky on 21 September 2020
Sunrise
06:39
Sunset
18:52
Twilight ends
20:24
Twilight begins
05:07

4-day old moon
Waxing Crescent

19%

4 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 08:46 14:12 19:38
Venus 03:07 10:06 17:06
Moon 11:45 16:43 21:42
Mars 20:06 02:37 09:03
Jupiter 15:26 20:04 00:45
Saturn 15:53 20:37 01:24
All times shown in EDT.

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Mercury at greatest elongation east

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Moon at Last Quarter

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Mars at opposition

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New Moon

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136199 Eris at opposition

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Orionid meteor shower

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Moon at First Quarter

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Full Moon

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Mercury reaches highest point in evening sky

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New Moon

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Neptune at opposition

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Moon at Last Quarter

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Venus reaches highest point in morning sky

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Full Moon

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1 Ceres at opposition

From the Dwarf Planets feed

Moon at First Quarter

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Mars 2020: a great chance to see the red planet

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New Moon

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