The Herschel Museum of Astronomy is opening its doors on Friday 27th July from 8:30pm until 11:00pm to observe the night sky from the precincts of the Museum. The evening will feature the Total Lunar Eclipse when the Moon will turn Blood Red. That event should be observable from the UK from 9:15pm in the...
Our monthly update of the night sky is now available for July. You can download it here or pick ...
Astronomy doesn’t have to end at dawn. The daytime often allows viewing of the Moon, ...
Organised by: Bath Preservation Trust and volunteers from BPT, Wiltshire Astronomical Society ...
Later this month sees Saturn reach opposition in the night sky and the brightest it’ll be ...
Night timeSunset: 20:16
First QuarterPhase: 20.3%
Age: 6.00 days
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|New Moon||First Quarter||Full Moon||Last Quarter|
|Fri 13 Jul 02:49||Thu 19 Jul 19:53||Fri 27 Jul 20:22||Sat 4 Aug 18:19|
|Sat 11 Aug 09:59||Sat 18 Aug 07:49||Sun 26 Aug 11:58||Mon 3 Sep 02:39|
|Sun 9 Sep 18:02||Sun 16 Sep 23:16||Tue 25 Sep 02:54||Tue 2 Oct 09:47|
|Tue 9 Oct 03:47||Tue 16 Oct 18:02||Wed 24 Oct 16:47||Wed 31 Oct 16:42|