olatenflatat.ml By the evening of the full Moon after next, Jupiter will appear in the southwest at about 19 degrees above the horizon, Saturn will appear in the south-southwest at about 28 degrees above the horizon, and the role of the brightest star nearly overhead will be split between Deneb and Vega, with Deneb to the northeast at 78 degrees above the horizon and Vega to the west at 76 degrees above the horizon. The planets Venus and Mercury will be beginning to emerge from the glow of dusk, but will set 10 to 15 minutes before evening twilight ends. On the morning of the full Moon on September 14, , as morning twilight begins, the bright stars of of the local arm of our home galaxy, including the constellation Orion, will appear spread across the sky from southeast to northwest.
The "Summer Triangle" will have set, with only Deneb above the horizon. The stars will appear to shift to the west as the month progresses cause by the Earth moving to the east in its orbit around the Sun. The planet Mars will begin appearing above the horizon around the second week in October. By the morning of the full Moon on October 13, , as morning twilight begins, Mars will appear in the east at about 2 degrees above the horizon.
On Thursday evening, September 5, , the bright planet Jupiter will appear to the left of the waxing half Moon, with the bright star Antares shining below. Even though they are not usually visible, I include in these Moon missives information about Near Earth Objects mostly asteroids that may pass the Earth within 10 lunar distances, because I find it interesting that we have discovered so many.
On Saturday evening into Sunday morning, September 7 to 8, , the bright planet Saturn will appear to the left of the waxing gibbous Moon, about 7 degrees apart as evening twilight ends at around PM EDT for the Washington, DC area , and appearing to shift closer towards above the Moon until the Moon sets on Sunday morning at AM.
By Sunday evening, as evening twilight ends at PM , the Moon will appear to have shifted so that Saturn appears to the right of the Moon, and they will appear to separate as the evening progresses. Although not visible without a telescope, early Tuesday morning, September 10, , will be when the planet Neptune will be at opposition, or opposite the Sun as seen from the Earth, and at its closest and brightest for the year.
Sometime around Friday, September 13, , Sep UTC with 4 days, 23 hours, 25 minutes uncertainty , Near Earth Object RM82 , between 18 and 39 meters 58 to feet in size, will pass the Earth at between 1. As the full Moon closest to the autumnal equinox, this will be the Harvest Moon. Thursday night into Friday morning, September 19 to 20, , the bright star appearing to the lower left of the waning gibbous Moon will be Aldebaran. The Moon will reach its highest in the sky 69 degrees above the southern horizon on Friday morning at AM and morning twilight will begin at AM.
On Friday night, September 20, , the Moon will appear to have shifted to the other side of Aldebaran. Sometime around Saturday, September 21, , Sep UTC with 5 days, 17 hours, 10 minutes uncertainty , Near Earth Object SM21 , between 15 and 33 meters 48 to feet in size, will pass the Earth at between 3. Monday morning, September 23, , at AM EDT, will be the autumnal equinox, the astronomical end of summer and start of fall. Sometime around September 24, , will be when the bright planet Venus will begin to be above the horizon about 30 minutes after sunset a reasonable approximation of when it will begin to be visible.
To see Venus as the evening star, you will need a very clear view of the western horizon.
More difficult to see will be the planet Mercury, appearing to the left of Venus. Venus moved from the morning sky to the evening sky on August 14, , when it passed on the far side of Sun as seen from the Earth.
Mercury passed on the far side of the Sun as seen from the Earth on September 3, Venus will not be above the horizon at the time evening twilight ends until the end of October. On Thursday morning, September 26, , the bright star near the waning crescent Moon will be Regulus.
New Moon October 27 falls at 4º Scorpio. New Moon is opposite Uranus. New Moon healing crystal is the Red Coral. Fixed Star is Syrma. ASTROLOGY: Taurus Scorpio Full Moon (5/19/19) Editor May 20, later we have the second one at 29° 07′ Libra on 19 April , AM PDT.
The day of or the day after the New Moon marks the start of the new month for most lunisolar calendars. Sundown on Sunday, September 29, , marks the start of Tishrei in the Hebrew calendar. The first and second days of Tishrei are Rosh Hashanah, the tenth day of Tishrei is Yom Kippur, and the fifteenth day of Tishrei close to the full Moon after next on October 13, is the start of Sukkot.
The ninth month of the Chinese calendar starts on Sunday, September 29, at midnight in China's time zone, which is 12 hours ahead of EDT. In the Islamic calendar the months start with the first sighting of the waxing crescent Moon after the New Moon. Monday evening, September 30, , will probably mark the beginning of Safar, although there are several different religious or national committees and organizations that make independent determinations of when the crescent Moon is first observed and the new month starts.
On Wednesday evening, October 2, , the bright star appearing about 8 degrees to the lower left of the waxing crescent Moon will be Antares. On Thursday evening, October 3, , the bright planet Jupiter will appear just a few degrees to the lower right of the waxing crescent Moon. On Friday evening, October 4, , from east to west, Saturn, the Moon, Jupiter, and Antares will appear in a rough line across the south-southwest.
On Saturday evening, October 5, , the planet Saturn will appear to the right of the first quarter Moon. Mars is emerging in the morning after having passed around the far side of the Sun as seen from the Earth on September 2, What's Up? Looking for more stargazing tips? Need your bathroom fixtures to look spiffy in a jiffy?
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Nov 22, AM. Not good for: Marriage, personal relationships. It is an appropriate day to seek medical advise and treat your health, but chronic diseases can also be aggravated on this day. Good for social gatherings, celebrations, business meetings and a romantic rendezvous. Service and work for others.
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