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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!

Febuary 5, 2023 (local time)

Rising, Meridian Transit and Setting (local time and coordinates)
Rises Rises
Transit Altitude
Sets Sets Azimuth
Moon 19h04m31s 73°47'53.6" 00h31m18s 70°09'34.9" 06h42m17s 288°28'34.8"
Sun 06h10m17s 105°41'21.5" 12h14m00s 74°23'38.6" 18h17m42s 254°27'58.9"
Mercury 04h32m57s 111°34'31.3" 10h35m43s 68°26'55.7" 16h38m30s 248°27'40.1"
Venus 07h51m21s 98°06'11.3" 13h53m47s 82°01'25.5" 19h56m12s 262°08'46.0"
Mars 13h30m30s 65°11'36.6" 19h32m15s 65°11'40.2" 01h36m49s 294°47'37.7"
Jupiter 09h20m35s 88°15'09.5" 15h22m02s 88°13'59.0" 21h23m29s 271°47'15.5"
Saturn 06h49m40s 103°51'52.4" 12h51m07s 76°09'00.3" 18h52m33s 256°09'20.4"
Uranus 11h42m56s 73°58'49.3" 17h44m18s 73°59'04.6" 23h45m39s 286°01'18.3"
Neptune 08h31m49s 93°33'08.4" 14h33m06s 86°27'07.3" 20h34m23s 266°27'14.8"