What can I see in the night sky?

by Dominic Ford

This page lists some of the brightest sights which you can see in the night sky from Newark (change location).

All of the planets listed here can be seen with the naked eye, with the exception of Uranus and Neptune. Most of the other objects can be seen with a pair of modest binoculars. Star clusters and galaxies are listed in order of decreasing brightness, with the easiest objects at the top.

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Location

Newark (change)

The wheel below shows the entire sky that is visible from Newark. Change the limiting magnitude to see more or fewer stars.

To change the displayed time, use the time and date controls above.

Limiting magnitude


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Time slider

Date slider

By clicking and dragging the wheel, you can turn it to place different green compass points at the bottom. If you stand outside and look in the direction you have chosen, the stars at the bottom of the wheel will match the ones you will see above the horizon in that direction.

Newark

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40.74°N
74.17°W
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