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Showing results 21 to 40 of 419.

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21.

NGC 2403 is well placed NGC 2403, a spiral galaxy in Camelopardalis is well placed for observation. Tue, 14 Jan 2025 (1792 days away) in Camelopardalis

22.

Mars at opposition Mars is well placed for observation. Wed, 15 Jan 2025 at 21:30 EST (1793 days away) in Gemini

23.

NGC 2451 is well placed The open star cluster NGC 2451 in Puppis is well placed for observation. Thu, 16 Jan 2025 (1794 days away) in Puppis

24.

Close approach of Venus and Saturn Venus and Saturn pass within 2°10' of each other. Sat, 18 Jan 2025 at 12:33 EST (1796 days away) in Aquarius

25.

γ-Ursae Minorid meteor shower The γ-Ursae Minorid meteor shower reaches its peak. Sat, 18 Jan 2025 (1797 days away) in Ursa Minor

26.

Mercury at aphelion Mercury reaches its furthest point from the Sun. Sun, 19 Jan 2025 at 09:00 EST (1797 days away) in Sagittarius

27.

Conjunction of Venus and Saturn Venus and Saturn share the same right ascension, at a separation of 2°31'. Mon, 20 Jan 2025 at 00:21 EST (1798 days away) in Aquarius

28.

NGC 2516 is well placed The open star cluster NGC 2516 in Volans is well placed for observation. Mon, 20 Jan 2025 (1798 days away) in Carina

29.

The Moon at apogee The Moon appears small as it recedes to its furthest point from the Earth. Mon, 20 Jan 2025 at 23:54 EST (1798 days away) in Virgo

30.

Moon at Last Quarter The Moon rises in the east at around midnight and appears high in the sky at sunrise. Tue, 21 Jan 2025 at 15:31 EST (1799 days away) in Virgo

31.

134340 Pluto at solar conjunction 134340 Pluto is unobservable as it passes around the far side of the Sun. Tue, 21 Jan 2025 at 16:21 EST (1799 days away) in Capricornus

32.

NGC 2547 is well placed The open star cluster NGC 2547 in Vela is well placed for observation. Thu, 23 Jan 2025 (1801 days away) in Vela

33.

The Moon at perihelion The Moon reaches its closest point to the Sun. Tue, 28 Jan 2025 at 01:39 EST (1806 days away) in Sagittarius

34.

New Moon The Moon disappears into the Sun's glare. Wed, 29 Jan 2025 at 07:36 EST (1807 days away) in Capricornus

35.

M44 is well placed The Beehive open star cluster (M44, NGC 2632, also known as Praesepe) is well placed for observation. Thu, 30 Jan 2025 (1808 days away) in Cancer

36.

IC2391 is well placed The omicron Velorum open star cluster (IC 2391) in Vela is well placed for observation. Thu, 30 Jan 2025 (1808 days away) in Vela

37.

IC2395 is well placed The open star cluster IC 2395 in Vela is well placed for observation. Fri, 31 Jan 2025 (1809 days away) in Vela

38.

Close approach of the Moon and Saturn The Moon and Saturn pass within 0°57' of each other. Fri, 31 Jan 2025 at 23:01 EST (1809 days away) in Aquarius

39.

Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn The Moon and Saturn share the same right ascension, at a separation of 1°05'. Fri, 31 Jan 2025 at 23:53 EST (1809 days away) in Aquarius

40.

Venus reaches highest point in evening sky Venus is bright and well placed in the evening sky. Sat, 01 Feb 2025 (1810 days away) in Aquarius

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