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On this site you'll find all the information you may need to observe the sky, whether you are an amateur astronomer, a professional one or a sky lover who is starting in Astronomy. We hope you will find everything you want to plan a very good night sky observation and learn about this aspect of nature that fascinates humanity from the very first steps on our planet. Good Skies!

Ephemeris

Center of the World!


Febuary 22, 2024 (local time)


Rising, Meridian Transit and Setting (local time and coordinates)
Rises Rises
Azimuth
Meridian
Transit
Meridian
Transit Altitude
Sets Sets Azimuth
Moon 17h02m21s 68°56'27.4" 23h13m32s 69°41'30.6" 04h38m35s 293°00'39.2"
Sun 06h09m55s 100°22'00.5" 12h13m30s 79°43'43.2" 18h17m05s 259°49'01.0"
Mercury 05h55m09s 104°05'34.6" 11h58m11s 76°04'18.5" 18h01m13s 256°13'46.9"
Venus 04h28m32s 108°56'00.4" 10h31m12s 71°08'25.5" 16h33m51s 251°12'11.7"
Mars 04h29m26s 109°31'46.4" 10h31m36s 70°31'26.8" 16h33m47s 250°33'56.2"
Jupiter 10h22m14s 76°03'19.5" 16h23m44s 76°02'48.3" 22h25m13s 283°58'15.6"
Saturn 06h35m45s 99°42'14.3" 12h37m09s 80°18'37.9" 18h38m34s 260°19'07.5"
Uranus 10h58m17s 72°41'56.9" 16h59m40s 72°42'11.7" 23h01m03s 287°18'14.9"
Neptune 07h39m50s 92°31'22.5" 13h41m07s 87°28'53.3" 19h42m24s 267°29'03.2"