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41.

Mercury at greatest elongation east Mercury is bright and well placed in the evening sky. Tue, 19 Feb 1980 at 04:22 EDT (14393 days ago) in Aquarius

42.

Mercury at dichotomy Mercury reaches half phase in the evening sky. Tue, 19 Feb 1980 at 06:43 EDT (14393 days ago) in Aquarius

43.

Moon at First Quarter The Moon appears high in the sky at sunset and sets in the west at around midnight. Fri, 22 Feb 1980 at 19:15 EDT (14390 days ago) in Taurus

44.

Jupiter at opposition Jupiter is well placed for observation. Sun, 24 Feb 1980 at 12:50 EDT (14388 days ago) in Leo

45.

Mars at aphelion Mars reaches its furthest point from the Sun. Sun, 24 Feb 1980 at 20:13 EDT (14388 days ago) in Leo

46.

Mars at opposition Mars is well placed for observation. Mon, 25 Feb 1980 at 00:36 EDT (14387 days ago) in Leo

47.

Mars at perigee Mars reaches its closest point to the Earth. Tue, 26 Feb 1980 at 01:05 EDT (14386 days ago) in Leo

48.

Close approach of Jupiter and Mars Jupiter and Mars pass within 3°01' of each other. Wed, 27 Feb 1980 at 17:25 EDT (14385 days ago) in Leo

49.

Close approach of the Moon and Mars The Moon and Mars pass within 3°52' of each other. Sat, 01 Mar 1980 at 01:15 EDT (14382 days ago) in Leo

50.

Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter The Moon and Jupiter pass within 0°49' of each other. Sat, 01 Mar 1980 at 02:14 EDT (14382 days ago) in Leo

51.

Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter The Moon and Jupiter share the same right ascension, at a separation of 0°51'. Sat, 01 Mar 1980 at 02:43 EDT (14382 days ago) in Leo

52.

Conjunction of the Moon and Mars The Moon and Mars share the same right ascension, at a separation of 4°02'. Sat, 01 Mar 1980 at 03:29 EDT (14382 days ago) in Leo

53.

Penumbral lunar eclipse There will be an eclipse of the Moon, visible from Africa, Oceania, the Americas, Asia and Europe. Sat, 01 Mar 1980 at 15:46 EDT (14382 days ago) in Leo

54.

Full Moon The Moon is visible for much of the night. Sat, 01 Mar 1980 at 16:01 EDT (14382 days ago) in Leo

55.

Conjunction of Jupiter and Mars Jupiter and Mars share the same right ascension, at a separation of 3°10'. Sun, 02 Mar 1980 at 14:37 EDT (14381 days ago) in Leo

56.

Close approach of the Moon and Saturn The Moon and Saturn pass within 0°08' of each other. Sun, 02 Mar 1980 at 18:33 EDT (14381 days ago) in Virgo

57.

Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn The Moon and Saturn share the same right ascension, at a separation of 0°08'. Sun, 02 Mar 1980 at 18:39 EDT (14381 days ago) in Virgo

58.

Equinox on Saturn Saturn's seasons are changing, making its rings appear edge-on from the Earth. Sun, 02 Mar 1980 at 19:33 EDT (14381 days ago) in Virgo

59.

The Moon at apogee The Moon appears small as it recedes to its furthest point from the Earth. Mon, 03 Mar 1980 at 05:51 EDT (14380 days ago) in Virgo

60.

The Moon at aphelion The Moon reaches its furthest point from the Sun. Tue, 04 Mar 1980 at 08:47 EDT (14379 days ago) in Virgo

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