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Showing results 41 to 60 of 419.

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41.

Conjunction of the Moon and Venus The Moon and Venus share the same right ascension, at a separation of 2°20'. Sat, 01 Feb 2025 at 15:27 EDT (1765 days away) in Pisces

42.

Close approach of the Moon and Venus The Moon and Venus pass within 2°04' of each other. Sat, 01 Feb 2025 at 17:24 EDT (1765 days away) in Pisces

43.

The Moon at perigee The Moon appears large as it makes its closest approach to the Earth. Sat, 01 Feb 2025 at 21:46 EDT (1765 days away) in Pisces

44.

Conjunction of Venus and Neptune Venus and Neptune share the same right ascension, at a separation of 3°57'. Mon, 03 Feb 2025 at 14:58 EDT (1767 days away) in Pisces

45.

Moon at First Quarter The Moon appears high in the sky at sunset and sets in the west at around midnight. Wed, 05 Feb 2025 at 03:02 EDT (1769 days away) in Aries

46.

Close approach of the Moon and M45 The Moon and M45 pass within 0°31' of each other. Thu, 06 Feb 2025 at 02:17 EDT (1770 days away) in Taurus

47.

Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter The Moon and Jupiter share the same right ascension, at a separation of 5°29'. Thu, 06 Feb 2025 at 22:36 EDT (1770 days away) in Taurus

48.

NGC 2808 is well placed The globular cluster NGC 2808 in Carina is well placed for observation. Fri, 07 Feb 2025 (1771 days away) in Carina

49.

α-Centaurid meteor shower The α-Centaurid meteor shower reaches its peak. Fri, 07 Feb 2025 (1772 days away) in Centaurus

50.

Mercury at superior solar conjunction Mercury passes around the far side of the Sun. Sun, 09 Feb 2025 at 06:52 EDT (1773 days away) in Capricornus

51.

Conjunction of the Moon and Mars The Moon and Mars share the same right ascension, at a separation of 0°46'. Sun, 09 Feb 2025 at 14:36 EDT (1773 days away) in Gemini

52.

Close approach of the Moon and Mars The Moon and Mars pass within 0°45' of each other. Sun, 09 Feb 2025 at 14:49 EDT (1773 days away) in Gemini

53.

Full Moon The Moon is visible for much of the night. Wed, 12 Feb 2025 at 08:54 EDT (1776 days away) in Leo

54.

Asteroid 29 Amphitrite at opposition Asteroid 29 Amphitrite is well placed for observation. Wed, 12 Feb 2025 at 16:34 EDT (1776 days away) in Leo

55.

The Moon at aphelion The Moon reaches its furthest point from the Sun. Fri, 14 Feb 2025 at 12:40 EDT (1778 days away) in Leo

56.

1 Ceres at solar conjunction 1 Ceres is unobservable as it passes around the far side of the Sun. Fri, 14 Feb 2025 at 22:25 EDT (1778 days away) in Aquarius

57.

Venus at greatest brightness Venus reaches its greatest brightness in the evening sky. Sun, 16 Feb 2025 at 03:57 EDT (1780 days away) in Pisces

58.

The Moon at apogee The Moon appears small as it recedes to its furthest point from the Earth. Mon, 17 Feb 2025 at 20:10 EDT (1781 days away) in Virgo

59.

Venus at perihelion Venus reaches its closest point to the Sun. Wed, 19 Feb 2025 at 14:52 EDT (1783 days away) in Pisces

60.

M81 is well placed Bode's galaxy (M81, NGC 3031) in Ursa Major is well placed for observation. Wed, 19 Feb 2025 (1783 days away) in Ursa Major

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