RFO

What's Up in the Night Sky

Here's a month-by-month listing of astronomical predictions for the year, compiled by
Jack Welch, RFO astronomy instructor.

 

Abbreviations

Astr Twi/AT -Astronomical Twilight
Cal - Callisto
Civ Twi/CT - Civil Twilight
Cr - Crescent
Disap - Disappear
Dbl Tr - Double Tansit
E - End/Exit
Ec/Ecl - Eclipse
EcD - Eclipse disappearance
EcR - Eclipse reappearance
Eur - Europa
Ex - Exit
Gan - Ganymede
Gr El - Greatest Elongation
Jup - Jupiter
Lun - Lunar
Max - Maximum
Mer - Mercury
Min - Minimum
Mn - Moon
Naut Twi/NT - Nautical Twilight
Nr - Near
Occ - Occultation
OcD - Occultation disappearance
OcR - Occultation reapparance
Opp - Opposition
Pen - Penumbral
Reap - Reappear
Qtr - Quarter
Sat - Saturn /Satellite
Sh - Shadow
S/St - Start
Stat - Stationary
Tot - Total
Tr - Transit
V Nr - Very Near
Ven - Venus
Zod Lt - Zodiacal Light

 

Observing

Upcoming Observing Highlights

July 2019
  • Tuesday, 7/2/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 03:00
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 0315.
  • Tuesday, 7/2/2019 - New Moon - Time: 12:00
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  • Wednesday, 7/3/2019 - IO Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 00:30
    • Io transits Jupiter from 0035 to 0247, followed by its shadow from 0107 to 0319.
  • Wednesday, 7/3/2019 - 2.4% CrMn Vnr Mar vnr Mer - Time: 21:00
    • An ultra-thin 2.4% crescent moon is 6° high 21° north of due west 30 minutes after sunset (or at 2108 calculated for the RFO site). Mars is VERY near the moon on its south side and Mercury is 4° south. Use binoculars.
  • Wednesday, 7/3/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 24:00
    • Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.2 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 0027.
  • Saturday, 7/6/2019 - Eur Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 01:00
    • Europa transits Jupiter from 0104 to 0330 (by which time Jupiter is very low in the SE), followed by its shadow starting at 0215.
  • Saturday, 7/6/2019 - Gan OcR/Ec - Time: 22:00
    • Ganymede reappears from behind Jupiter's SE polar limb at 2227, then disappears into Jupiter's shadow at 2235 (VERY close to Jupiter's limb) and emerges from the shadow 0.7 Jupiter diameter from the SE limb at 0102.
  • Sunday, 7/7/2019 - Eur EcR - Time: 23:30
    • Europa emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2355.
  • Tuesday, 7/9/2019 - 1st Qtr - Time: 04:00
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  • Tuesday, 7/9/2019 - Sat opp - Time: 22:00
    • Saturn is at opposition in Sagittarius, reaching magnitude 0.1, a disk diameter of 18.4", ring diameter of 42" and a ring tilt of 24°.
  • Wednesday, 7/10/2019 - Eur Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 02:00
    • Europa begins transiting Jupiter at 0221 and the shadow transit starts at 0301, by which time Jupiter is 7° high in the SE (calculated for the RFO site).
  • Wednesday, 7/10/2019 - Io OcD/EcR - Time: 23:00
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 2327 and emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.3 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 0222.
  • Thursday, 7/11/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 21:30
    • Io's transit of Jupiter is in progress at sunset and ends at 2259. The shadow transits from 2130 (in nautical twilight) to 2343.
  • Saturday, 7/13/2019 - Mn vnr Jup - Time: 22:00
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  • Saturday, 7/13/2019 - Gan Oc/EcD - Time: 23:30
    • Ganymede passes behind Jupiter's south polar region from 2332 to 0152 and then disappears into Jupiter's shadow at 0234.
  • Sunday, 7/14/2019 - Plu opp - Time: 07:00
    • Pluto is at opposition in Sagittarius at magnitude 14.4. A finder's chart is essential to spot this very challenging object.
  • Sunday, 7/14/2019 - Eur OcD/EcR - Time: 22:00
    • Europa disappears behind Jupiter at 2228 and emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 0231. (Jupiter will be low in the SE by this time.)
  • Monday, 7/15/2019 - Mn extr cl to Sat - Time: 24:00
    • The moon is extremely close to Saturn (nearly an occultation), perhaps a nice astro photo opportunity.
  • Tuesday, 7/16/2019 - "Buck" Moon - Time: 14:30
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  • Thursday, 7/18/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 01:00
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 0114.
  • Thursday, 7/18/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 22:30
    • Io transits Jupiter from 2234 to 0046 followed by its shadow from 2325 to 0137.
  • Friday, 7/19/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 22:30
    • Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.3 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2246.
  • Monday, 7/22/2019 - Eur OcD - Time: 00:30
    • Europa disappears behind Jupiter at 0048.
  • Monday, 7/22/2019 - Occ of 33 Psc - Time: 01:00
    • The magnitude 4.6 star 33 Piscium reappears from behind the moon's dark limb at axis angle 276° (or 88° from the north cusp), as calculated for the RFO site. Unless you are observing from very near the RFO building, you need to calculate the details for your location. (Calculated using Occult4.)
  • Tuesday, 7/23/2019 - Eur Sh Tr - Time: 22:00
    • Europa's shadow transit is in progress as Jupiter becomes visible in twilight, ending at 2314.
  • Wednesday, 7/24/2019 - Last Qtr - Time: 18:30
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  • Wednesday, 7/24/2019 - Gan Sh Tr - Time: 22:00
    • Ganymede's shadow transit of Jupiter's north polar region is in progress as Jupiter becomes visible and ends at 2254.
  • Thursday, 7/25/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr & Eur EcR - Time: 24:00
    • Io begins to transit Jupiter at 0022 (on 7/26) and its shadow transit starts at 0120. Both are in progress when Jupiter sets.
  • Saturday, 7/27/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 00:30
    • Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.4 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 0041.
  • Saturday, 7/27/2019 - Io Sh Tr - Time: 21:30
    • Io's shadow is transiting Jupiter as Jupiter becomes visible, ending at 2201.
  • Tuesday, 7/30/2019 - Eur Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 21:00
    • Europa transits Jupiter from 2117 to 2344 followed by its shadow from 2321 to 0151 (by which time Jupiter is very low in the SE).
  • Wednesday, 7/31/2019 - New Moon - Time: 20:00
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  • Wednesday, 7/31/2019 - Gan Tr - Time: 21:30
    • Ganymede's transit of Jupiter is in progress (look for it in the NW polar region) as Jupiter become visible, ending at 2234.
  • Wednesday, 7/31/2019 - Gan Sh Tr - Time: 24:00
    • Ganymede's shadow begins transiting Jupiter's north polar region at 0025 (on 8/1). Jupiter sets with the shadow transit in progress.

August 2019
  • Thursday, 8/1/2019 - Large Tides thru 8/3 - Time: 00:00
    • Large tides due to new moon 28 hours before perigee.
  • Thursday, 8/1/2019 - 1.5% CrMn - Time: 20:30
    • An ultra-thin 1.5% crescent moon is 5° high 16° north of due west 20 minutes after sunset (or at 2040 calculated for the RFO site). Use binoculars to spot the moon in the twilight glare.
  • Friday, 8/2/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 23:00
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 2318.
  • Saturday, 8/3/2019 - Mer in E thru 8/20 - Time: 05:30
    • Mercury provides a morning apparition reaching a maximum altitude 45 minutes before sunrise of 8° on 8/11 & 12. Mercury will be dim during the first several days then brighten.
  • Saturday, 8/3/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 21:30
    • Io's transit of Jupiter is in progress as Jupiter becomes visible, ending at 2250. It is followed by its shadow from 2143 to 2355.
  • Tuesday, 8/6/2019 - Eur Tr - Time: 23:30
    • Europa begins to transit Jupiter at 2343. Jupiter sets with the transit in progress.
  • Wednesday, 8/7/2019 - 1st Qtr - Time: 10:30
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  • Wednesday, 8/7/2019 - Gan Tr - Time: 23:30
    • Ganymede begins transiting Jupiter's north polar region at 2350. Jupiter sets with the transit in progress.
  • Thursday, 8/8/2019 - Eur EcR - Time: 23:30
    • Europa emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.7 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2337.
  • Friday, 8/9/2019 - Mn vnr Jup - Time: 22:00
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  • Saturday, 8/10/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 22:00
    • Io transits Jupiter from 2229 to 0041, followed by its shadow starting at 2338. Jupiter sets with the shadow transit in progress.
  • Sunday, 8/11/2019 - Jup stat - Time: 09:00
    • Jupiter ends retrograde motion.
  • Sunday, 8/11/2019 - Ura stat - Time: 21:00
    • Uranus begins retrograde motion.
  • Monday, 8/12/2019 - Mn extr nr Sat - Time: 01:00
    • The moon is extremely close to Saturn (nearly an occultation). A good astro-photo opportunity.
  • Monday, 8/12/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 23:00
    • Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2300.
  • Monday, 8/12/2019 - Perseids Peak - Time: 24:00
    • The Perseid meteor shower reaches its peak sometime between about 1900 on 8/12 and 0800 on 8/13. Conditions are very unfavorable this year for the peak since a nearly full moon is up all night. The best observing opportunities are on earlier days: 8/9 after 0130; 8/10 after 0215; and 8/11 after 0300.
  • Tuesday, 8/13/2019 - Ven sup conj - Time: 23:00
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  • Thursday, 8/15/2019 - "Sturgeon" Moon - Time: 05:30
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  • Thursday, 8/15/2019 - Eur OcD - Time: 21:00
    • Europa disappears behind Jupiter at 2118.
  • Sunday, 8/18/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 21:00
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 2127.
  • Sunday, 8/18/2019 - Gan EcD - Time: 22:30
    • Ganymede disappears into Jupiter's shadow at 2231.
  • Monday, 8/19/2019 - Io Sh Tr - Time: 21:00
    • Io's shadow transit of Jupiter is in progress as Jupiter becomes visible, ending at 2214.
  • Thursday, 8/22/2019 - Eur OcD - Time: 23:30
    • Europa disappears behind Jupiter at 2348, by which time Jupiter is low in the SE.
  • Friday, 8/23/2019 - Last Qtr - Time: 08:00
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  • Saturday, 8/24/2019 - Eur Sh Tr - Time: 20:30
    • Europa's shadow transits Jupiter from 2030 to 2301.
  • Sunday, 8/25/2019 - Occ of zeta Tau - Time: 04:00
    • The magnitude 3.0 star zeta Tauri will disappear behind the moon's bright limb 13° from the north cusp at about 0402 and reappear from behind the dark limb (at axis angle 319° or 38° from the north cusp) at about 0430. (A tracking scope can continue tracking from the disappearance to catch the reappearance.) Zeta Tau is an extremely close double star. (Calculated using Occult4 for the RFO site. Details will differ as distance from RFO increases.)
  • Sunday, 8/25/2019 - Gan OcD - Time: 21:00
    • Ganymede disappears behind Jupiter's north polar limb at 2123.
  • Sunday, 8/25/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 23:30
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 2330, by which time Jupiter is rather low in the SE.
  • Monday, 8/26/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 21:00
    • Io's transit of Jupiter is in progress as Jupiter becomes visible and ends at 2253. It is followed by its shadow from 2157 to 0009 (by which time Jupiter has almost set!).
  • Tuesday, 8/27/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 21:00
    • Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2119.
  • Friday, 8/30/2019 - Very large tides thru 9/2 - Time: 00:00
    • There will be very large tides due to the new moon occurring only 6 hours before perigee.
  • Friday, 8/30/2019 - New Moon - Time: 03:30
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  • Saturday, 8/31/2019 - 4.2% CrMn - Time: 20:00
    • Look for a thin 4.2% crescent moon in the west after sunset.
  • Saturday, 8/31/2019 - Eur Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 21:00
    • Europa's transit of Jupiter is in progress as Jupiter becomes visible, ending at 2301. Then Europa's shadow begins to transit at 2307 with Jupiter rather low in the SE, continuing until Jupiter sets.

September 2019
  • Sunday, 9/1/2019 - Very large tides thru 9/2 - Time: 00:00
    • There will be very large tides due to the new moon occurring only 6 hours before perigee.
  • Monday, 9/2/2019 - Eur EcR - Time: 20:30
    • Europa emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.8 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2043. Note that Io will be just north of Europa and Callisto just SW as Europa appears between the two. (Ganymede is well to the east.)
  • Tuesday, 9/3/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 23:00
    • At 2315, Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter. By this time Jupiter will be about 7° high in the SW (for RFO region).
  • Thursday, 9/5/2019 - 1st Qtr - Time: 20:00
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  • Thursday, 9/5/2019 - Gan Sh Tr - Time: 20:00
    • Ganymede's shadow transits Jupiter's north polar region from 2022 to 2257. Note that Jupiter will be rather low in the SW as the transit ends.
  • Thursday, 9/5/2019 - Mn vnr Jup - Time: 21:00
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  • Saturday, 9/7/2019 - Mn vnr Sat - Time: 22:00
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  • Monday, 9/9/2019 - Eur OcR/EcD - Time: 20:30
    • This will be a challenging observation. Europa reappears from behind Jupiter's SE limb at 2042 and disappears into Jupiter's shadow 4 minutes later. Thus, it will appear briefly as a small protrusion on the limb. Use high magnification.
  • Tuesday, 9/10/2019 - Nep opp - Time: 01:00
    • Neptune is at opposition in Aquarius at magnitude 7.8 and a disk size of 2.3".
  • Tuesday, 9/10/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 21:30
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 2138.
  • Wednesday, 9/11/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 20:00
    • Io is transiting as Jupiter becomes visible in twilight. Io's transit ends at 2111. Io's shadow transits from 2016 to 2227, by which time Jupiter will be rather low in the SW.
  • Thursday, 9/12/2019 - Gan Tr - Time: 20:30
    • Ganymede is in transit of Jupiter's north polar region as Jupiter becomes visible in twilight. The transit ends at 2139.
  • Friday, 9/13/2019 - "Harvest" Moon - Time: 21:30
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  • Monday, 9/16/2019 - Eur OcD - Time: 20:30
    • Europa disappears behind Jupiter at 2049.
  • Tuesday, 9/17/2019 - Sat stat - Time: 23:00
    • Saturn ends retrograde motion.
  • Wednesday, 9/18/2019 - Eur Sh Tr - Time: 19:30
    • Europa's shadow is in transit as Jupiter becomes visible in twilight and ends at 2014.
  • Wednesday, 9/18/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr - Time: 20:30
    • Io begins transiting Jupiter at 2055, followed by its shadow starting at 2210, by which time Jupiter is somewhat low in the SW. The transits are in progress as Jupiter sets (in RFO region).
  • Thursday, 9/19/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 21:30
    • At 2135 Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter. Ganymede will be just to the north and Callisto a bit further away to the SE. (Europa is to the west of Jupiter.)
  • Saturday, 9/21/2019 - Last Qtr - Time: 19:30
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  • Sunday, 9/22/2019 - Occ of Tejat - Time: 07:30
    • Warning: This is a daytime event. The moon will be well away from the sun but care must be taken not to aim any telescope anywhere near the sun. Best is to place a scope in a location shaded from the sun but where the moon is still viewable.
      The bright star Tejat (mu Geminorum, mag 2.9) will disappear behind the moon's bright limb 28° from the north cusp at about 0740. Note that this will be a challenging event requiring larger aperture to see precisely. Observation should start at least 20 or 30 minutes earlier so that it is easier to spot the star without bright limb interference.
      The star reappears from behind the dark limb at axis angle 321° at 0827. Tracking scopes can be left tracking from the disappearance to catch the reappearance.
      (Calculated for the RFO site using Occult4. Details will differ as distance from RFO increases.)
  • Monday, 9/23/2019 - Autumnal Equinox - Time: 01:00
    • The equinox occurs at 12:50am.
  • Monday, 9/23/2019 - Occ of Wasat - Graze! - Time: 06:00
    • Note: This is a challenging event requiring larger aperture scopes.
      The bright star Wasat (delta Geminorum, mag 3.5) disappears behind the moon's bright limb 16° from the south cusp at about 0612 and reappears about 9 minutes later at axis angle 176°. (Calculated using Occult4 for the RFO site. Details differ as distance from RFO increases, especially in this case since...)
      A GRAZE occultation occurs in a 10 to 15km wide band passing slightly south of Penngrove, through Fetters Hot Springs, and slightly south of Oak Knoll in Napa County. This should be nice south polar graze. Detailed site-specific calculations are necessary for observation planning.
  • Wednesday, 9/25/2019 - Eur Sh Tr - Time: 20:00
    • Europa's shadow begins transiting Jupiter at 2019 and is still in progress when Jupiter sets.
  • Friday, 9/27/2019 - Zod Light in E thru 10/10 - Time: 05:00
    • The Zodiacal Light is viewable in the east for about 45 minutes before twilight. Look between 0450 and 0535 on 9/27 and about 10 minutes later by 10/10.
  • Friday, 9/27/2019 - Io Sh Tr - Time: 19:30
    • Io's shadow is transiting Jupiter as the planet becomes visible in twilight and ends at 2046.
  • Saturday, 9/28/2019 - New Moon - Time: 11:30
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  • Sunday, 9/29/2019 - Large Tides thru 10/2 - Time: 00:00
    • Large tides due to new moon 16 hours after perigee.
  • Sunday, 9/29/2019 - 2.9% CrMn - Time: 19:00
    • A very thin 2.9% crescent moon will be 6° high 13° south of due west 30 minutes after sunset (or at 7:26pm calculated for RFO). Use binoculars to help spot the moon.
  • Monday, 9/30/2019 - Gan OcR - Time: 20:00
    • Ganymede reappears from behind Jupiter's SE limb at 2009.

October 2019
  • Tuesday, 10/1/2019 - Large Tides thru 10/2 - Time: 00:00
    • Large tides due to new moon 16 hours after perigee.
  • Tuesday, 10/1/2019 - Zod Light in E thru 10/10 - Time: 05:00
    • The Zodiacal Light is viewable in the east for about 45 minutes before twilight. Look between 0450 and 0535 on 9/27 and about 10 minutes later by 10/10.
  • Wednesday, 10/2/2019 - Eur Tr - Time: 20:30
    • Europa begins transiting Jupiter at 2031 and is in progress when Jupiter sets.
  • Thursday, 10/3/2019 - Mn vnr Jup - Time: 20:30
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  • Friday, 10/4/2019 - Io Sat/Sh Tr & Eur EcR - Time: 19:00
    • Io's transit begins at 1919. (Note that this is in nautical twilight.) Europa emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.8 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 2022 (at which time Io is half-way across Jupiter). Io's shadow transit begins at 2029. Io's transit ends at 2131, by which time Jupiter is low in the SW. The shadow is still in transit when Jupiter sets.
  • Saturday, 10/5/2019 - 1st Qtr - Time: 10:00
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  • Saturday, 10/5/2019 - Io EcR - Time: 19:30
    • Io emerges from Jupiter's shadow 0.5 Jupiter diameter east of Jupiter at 1955.
  • Saturday, 10/5/2019 - Mn vnr Sat - Time: 21:00
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  • Monday, 10/7/2019 - Occ of eta Cap - Time: 23:30
    • At about 2330 the mag 4.9 star eta Capricorni will disappear behind the moon's dark limb 63° from the north cusp. This star is a very close double and the disappearance may be visually non-instantaneous. (Calculated using Occult4 for the RFO site. Details will differ as distance from RFO increases.)
  • Sunday, 10/13/2019 - "Hunter's" Moon - Time: 14:00
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  • Monday, 10/14/2019 - Algol min - Time: 06:30
    • Algol eclipse minimum is at 0635.
  • Thursday, 10/17/2019 - Algol min - Time: 03:30
    • Algol eclipse minimum is at 0324.
  • Friday, 10/18/2019 - Gan Sh Tr - Time: 20:00
    • Ganymede's shadow begins transiting Jupiter's north polar region at 2017. Note that Jupiter will be about 11° high in the SW. Jupiter sets with the shadow transit in progress. (Note: Europa disappears behind the SW limb at 2053 with Jupiter about 5° high.)
  • Saturday, 10/19/2019 - Io OcD - Time: 20:00
    • Io disappears behind Jupiter at 2027 with Jupiter about 9° high in the SW.
  • Saturday, 10/19/2019 - Algol min - Time: 24:00
    • Algol eclipse minimum is at 0013 (10/20).
  • Sunday, 10/20/2019 - Dbl Sat Tr of Jup - Time: 19:00
    • This event is in progress as Jupiter become visible in twilight so try to spot the planet as early as possible. (Io is also in transit, which ends at 1958.) Europa's shadow transit ends at 2006 with Jupiter about 11° high in the SW. Io's shadow transit ends shortly before Jupiter sets.
  • Monday, 10/21/2019 - Last Qtr - Time: 05:30
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  • Tuesday, 10/22/2019 - Algol min - Time: 21:00
    • Algol eclipse minimum is at 2102.
  • Sunday, 10/27/2019 - Zod Light in E thru 11/9 - Time: 05:30
    • The Zodiacal Light is viewable in the east for about 45 minutes before twilight. Look between 0515 and 0600(PDT) on 10/27 and about 15 minutes later, 0430 to 0515(PST) by 11/9.
  • Sunday, 10/27/2019 - New Moon - Time: 20:30
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  • Monday, 10/28/2019 - Ura opp - Time: 01:00
    • Uranus is at opposition in Aries at magnitude 5.7 and a disk size of 3.7".
  • Tuesday, 10/29/2019 - 5.1% CrMn - Time: 19:00
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  • Wednesday, 10/30/2019 - CrMn nr Jup - Time: 19:00
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November 2019
  • Friday, 11/1/2019 - Zod Light in E thru 11/9 - Time: 05:30
    • The Zodiacal Light is viewable in the east for about 45 minutes before twilight. Look between 0515 and 0600(PDT) on 10/27 and about 15 minutes later, 0430 to 0515(PST) by 11/9.
  • Sunday, 11/3/2019 - DST ends - Time: 02:00
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  • Monday, 11/4/2019 - 1st Qtr - Time: 02:30
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  • Tuesday, 11/12/2019 - "Beaver" Moon - Time: 05:30
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  • Tuesday, 11/19/2019 - Last Qtr - Time: 13:00
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  • Tuesday, 11/26/2019 - New Moon - Time: 07:00
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  • Wednesday, 11/27/2019 - Nep stat - Time: 12:00
    • Neptune ends retrograde motion.

December 2019
  • Tuesday, 12/3/2019 - 1st Qtr - Time: 23:00
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  • Wednesday, 12/11/2019 - "Cold" Moon - Time: 21:00
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  • Wednesday, 12/18/2019 - Last Qtr - Time: 21:00
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  • Saturday, 12/21/2019 - Winter Solstice - Time: 20:30
    • The solstice occurs at 8:19pm.
  • Wednesday, 12/25/2019 - New Moon - Time: 21:00
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