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Astronomy Events For JULY 2009

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  • rahul zota
    ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS FOR JULY 2009 July 4: Moon 3.5 degrees E-SE of Antares. July 5: Venus lies about 7 degrees E-SE from Pleiades at 4:30am. Mars also joins
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2009
      ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS FOR JULY 2009
      July 4: Moon 3.5 degrees E-SE of Antares.
      July 5: Venus lies about 7 degrees E-SE from Pleiades at 4:30am. Mars also joins them and forms a trio.
      July 7: Full Moon
      July 10: Jupiter and Neptune are only 33’46” apart!
      July 10: Waning Gibbous Moon (17.75 days old) is just 2.5 degrees N of Jupiter.
      July 11: Mars 4.5 degrees SE of Pleiades at 4:00am.
      July 13: Brilliant Venus is just 15’39” NW of 3.5 magnitude Epsilon Tauri. Venus makes a nice scene with the Hyades star cluster.
      July 14: Mercury Superior Conjunction
      July 15: Last Quarter Moon
      July 18: M45 within 1 degree from Waning Crescent Moon at 4:30am before dawn.
      July 19: Waxing Crescent Moon is N-NW from Venus at 5:00am.
      July 22: Total Solar Eclipse (at the time of sunrise).
      July 22: New Moon
      July 26: Saturn and Sigma Leonis will be just 18’ apart!
      July 27: Moon 6.5 degrees W-SW of Spica.
      July 28: Venus 0.5 degree NE from 3rd magnitude Zeta Tauri.
      July 29: First Quarter Moon.
      July 31: Waxing Gibbous (about 10 days old) Moon barely occults Antares at 9pm. Antares will reappear from Moon’s North-western limb at 9:45pm.
                       - Rahul Zota (Bhuj-Gujarat)
                      www.skygazersbhuj.blogspot.com
                      www.comethunting.blogspot.com
       




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    • taralaya BASE
      Antares occultation is visible from Banagalore, 8:57 to 10:36pm Beginning of Pleiades occultation also is visible from Bangalore Shylaja Jawaharlal Nehru
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 2, 2009
        Antares occultation is visible from Banagalore, 8:57 to 10:36pm
        Beginning of Pleiades occultation also is visible from Bangalore
        Shylaja
        Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
        Bangalore Association for Science Education
        Sri T. Chowdaiah Road, High Grounds
        Bangalore 560 001
        www.taralaya.org
        tel/fax 91-080-2226 6084
        91-080-2220 3234

        --- On Thu, 2/7/09, rahul zota <rahul_zota@...> wrote:


        From: rahul zota <rahul_zota@...>
        Subject: [Astronomy_Activities_2009] Astronomy Events For JULY 2009
        To: Astronomy_Activities_2009@yahoogroups.com
        Cc: astronomyclubindia@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Thursday, 2 July, 2009, 12:19 PM








        ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS FOR JULY 2009
        July 4: Moon 3.5 degrees E-SE of Antares.
        July 5: Venus lies about 7 degrees E-SE from Pleiades at 4:30am. Mars also joins them and forms a trio.
        July 7: Full Moon
        July 10: Jupiter and Neptune are only 33’46” apart!
        July 10: Waning Gibbous Moon (17.75 days old) is just 2.5 degrees N of Jupiter.
        July 11: Mars 4.5 degrees SE of Pleiades at 4:00am.
        July 13: Brilliant Venus is just 15’39” NW of 3.5 magnitude Epsilon Tauri. Venus makes a nice scene with the Hyades star cluster.
        July 14: Mercury Superior Conjunction
        July 15: Last Quarter Moon
        July 18: M45 within 1 degree from Waning Crescent Moon at 4:30am before dawn.
        July 19: Waxing Crescent Moon is N-NW from Venus at 5:00am.
        July 22: Total Solar Eclipse (at the time of sunrise).
        July 22: New Moon
        July 26: Saturn and Sigma Leonis will be just 18’ apart!
        July 27: Moon 6.5 degrees W-SW of Spica.
        July 28: Venus 0.5 degree NE from 3rd magnitude Zeta Tauri.
        July 29: First Quarter Moon.
        July 31: Waxing Gibbous (about 10 days old) Moon barely occults Antares at 9pm. Antares will reappear from Moon’s North-western limb at 9:45pm.
                         - Rahul Zota (Bhuj-Gujarat)
                        www.skygazersbhuj. blogspot. com
                        www.comethunting. blogspot. com
         

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