Articles in Category: Deep Southern Skies

Deep Southern Skies #306

Deep Southern Skies #306

 

Welcome to a monthly description of our night sky for May.

EVENING TWILIGHT

Venus and Jupiter start to approach each other as Saturn joins them and Mercury makes a brief appearance.

THE MOON

4th Full Moon. 11th Last Quarter.

15th Moon at perigee (closest to Earth at 366,024 km).

18th New Moon. 26th First Quarter.

27th Moon at apogee (farthest from Earth at 404,244 km).

 

Deep Southern Skies #305

Deep Southern Skies #305

 

The Moon

1st Moon at apogee (farthest from Earth at 406,012 km)

4th Full Moon. Total Lunar eclipse visi- ble across Australia.

12th Last Quarter.

17th Moon at perigee (closest to Earth at 405,083km).

26th First Quarter

 

29th Moon at apogee (farthest from Earth at 405,083km). 

Welcome to a monthly description of our night sky for April. Remember that daylight saving ends on Sunday April 5 when clocks go back one hour at 3.00am

 

Deep Southern Skies - December 2014

VJ #302

Welcome to a monthly description of our night sky for December.

HIGHLIGHTS

Mercury and Venus close.

Saturn and the crescent Moon close.

Venus returns to the evening sky.

THE MOON

6th Full Moon. 

13th Moon at apogee (farthest from Earth at 404,581 km).

14th Last Quarter.

22nd New Moon.

25th Moon at perigee (closest to Earth at 364,797 km).

29th First Quarter.

 

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