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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!


Center of the World!

September 23, 2023 (local time)

Rising, Meridian Transit and Setting (local time and coordinates)
Rises Rises
Transit Altitude
Sets Sets Azimuth
Moon 12h34m14s 118°08'27.9" 18h49m12s 61°38'14.7" 00h02m50s 241°45'11.3"
Sun 05h49m00s 89°59'00.9" 11h52m27s 89°55'05.5" 17h55m54s 269°49'11.7"
Mercury 04h46m05s 82°05'20.3" 10h48m26s 82°09'03.4" 16h50m49s 277°47'14.4"
Venus 03h08m47s 78°37'06.4" 09h10m42s 78°37'45.5" 15h12m37s 281°21'52.8"
Mars 06h55m03s 96°25'45.8" 12h56m55s 83°30'25.3" 18h58m47s 263°26'22.0"
Jupiter 20h39m35s 74°59'49.8" 02h45m03s 74°59'12.3" 08h46m21s 285°00'46.9"
Saturn 16h06m54s 102°28'14.8" 22h08m10s 77°31'40.3" 04h13m35s 257°32'23.9"
Uranus 21h09m46s 71°50'11.9" 03h15m08s 71°50'19.6" 09h16m28s 288°09'57.4"
Neptune 17h36m26s 92°42'01.3" 23h37m39s 87°17'52.0" 05h42m55s 267°18'18.4"