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Showing results 101 to 120 of 417.

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101.

The Moon at perihelion The Moon reaches its closest point to the Sun. Wed, 26 Mar 2025 at 21:03 EDT (1812 days away) in Aquarius

102.

Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn The Moon and Saturn share the same right ascension, at a separation of 1°50'. Fri, 28 Mar 2025 at 08:15 EDT (1814 days away) in Aquarius

103.

Partial solar eclipse There will be an eclipse of the Sun, visible from Africa, the Americas, Europe, Guernsey and Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba. Sat, 29 Mar 2025 at 06:48 EDT (1815 days away) in Pisces

104.

New Moon The Moon disappears into the Sun's glare. Sat, 29 Mar 2025 at 06:58 EDT (1815 days away) in Pisces

105.

The Moon at perigee The Moon appears large as it makes its closest approach to the Earth. Sun, 30 Mar 2025 at 01:25 EDT (1816 days away) in Pisces

106.

136472 Makemake at opposition 136472 Makemake is well placed for observation. Mon, 31 Mar 2025 at 10:24 EDT (1817 days away) in Coma Berenices

107.

Close approach of the Moon and M45 The Moon and M45 pass within 0°38' of each other. Tue, 01 Apr 2025 at 16:56 EDT (1818 days away) in Taurus

108.

M104 is well placed The sombrero galaxy (M104, NGC 4594) is well placed for observation. Tue, 01 Apr 2025 (1818 days away) in Virgo

109.

Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter The Moon and Jupiter pass within 5°28' of each other. Wed, 02 Apr 2025 at 19:15 EDT (1819 days away) in Taurus

110.

Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter The Moon and Jupiter share the same right ascension, at a separation of 5°30'. Wed, 02 Apr 2025 at 20:24 EDT (1819 days away) in Taurus

111.

1 Ceres at aphelion 1 Ceres reaches its furthest point from the Sun. Fri, 04 Apr 2025 at 04:44 EDT (1821 days away) in Aquarius

112.

M94 is well placed M94, a spiral galaxy in Canes Venatici is well placed for observation. Fri, 04 Apr 2025 (1821 days away) in Canes Venatici

113.

Moon at First Quarter The Moon appears high in the sky at sunset and sets in the west at around midnight. Fri, 04 Apr 2025 at 22:15 EDT (1821 days away) in Gemini

114.

Conjunction of the Moon and Mars The Moon and Mars share the same right ascension, at a separation of 2°09'. Sat, 05 Apr 2025 at 15:04 EDT (1822 days away) in Gemini

115.

Close approach of the Moon and Mars The Moon and Mars pass within 2°06' of each other. Sat, 05 Apr 2025 at 15:59 EDT (1822 days away) in Gemini

116.

NGC 4755 is well placed The jewel box open star cluster (NGC 4755, also known as the kappa Crucis cluster) in Crux is well placed for observation. Sat, 05 Apr 2025 (1822 days away) in Crux

117.

Full Moon The Moon is visible for much of the night. Sat, 12 Apr 2025 at 20:22 EDT (1829 days away) in Virgo

118.

The Moon at apogee The Moon appears small as it recedes to its furthest point from the Earth. Sun, 13 Apr 2025 at 18:48 EDT (1830 days away) in Virgo

119.

NGC 5128 is well placed Centaurus A (NGC 5128) is well placed for observation. Sun, 13 Apr 2025 (1830 days away) in Centaurus

120.

Omega-Cen is well placed The brightest globular cluster in the sky, omega Centauri is well placed for observation. Sun, 13 Apr 2025 (1830 days away) in Centaurus

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