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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!

Ephemeris

Center of the World!


April 15, 2024 (local time)


Rising, Meridian Transit and Setting (local time and coordinates)
Rises Rises
Azimuth
Meridian
Transit
Meridian
Transit Altitude
Sets Sets Azimuth
Moon 12h05m10s 63°16'59.2" 18h17m58s 63°30'25.9" 00h30m31s 295°22'50.6"
Sun 05h56m23s 80°02'37.0" 11h59m54s 79°57'26.6" 18h03m26s 280°08'09.1"
Mercury 05h34m20s 80°50'26.2" 11h35m03s 80°58'22.2" 17h35m45s 278°53'59.5"
Venus 05h10m17s 86°27'01.2" 11h12m40s 86°19'44.0" 17h15m04s 273°47'40.9"
Mars 03h40m27s 95°53'45.4" 09h42m26s 84°10'54.4" 15h44m24s 264°15'21.5"
Jupiter 07h34m59s 72°52'50.9" 13h36m35s 72°52'15.2" 19h38m11s 287°09'00.9"
Saturn 03h30m27s 97°25'41.6" 09h31m49s 82°35'00.8" 15h33m11s 262°35'25.8"
Uranus 07h38m28s 72°07'03.4" 13h39m53s 72°07'12.0" 19h41m18s 287°53'22.3"
Neptune 04h18m36s 91°45'11.4" 10h19m53s 88°15'02.7" 16h21m10s 268°15'12.7"