The Night Sky

Showing events visible from Ashburn on 22 July 2018.
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Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter

From the Appulses feed

The Moon and Jupiter pass within 4°13' of each other.
The sky on 22 July 2018
Sunrise
06:00
Sunset
20:29
Twilight ends
22:20
Twilight begins
04:10

9-day old moon
Waxing Gibbous

73%

9 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 08:04 14:44 21:25
Venus 09:43 16:09 22:35
Moon 16:27 21:32 02:02
Mars 21:08 01:47 06:21
Jupiter 14:38 19:51 01:09
Saturn 18:38 23:23 04:11
All times shown in EDT.

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Moon at Last Quarter

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Partial solar eclipse

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New Moon

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Perseid meteor shower

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Venus at greatest elongation east

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New Moon

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134340 Pluto at opposition

From the Dwarf Planets feed

Mercury at greatest elongation east

From the Inner Planets feed

The Earth at aphelion

From the Earth feed

Moon at Last Quarter

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Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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