Our third attempt at observing this month was a success. We had 8 visitors during the 3 hours we were set up at Wellow and even though we had Moonlight and the prospect of the Sun only just below the Northern horizon, it was a treat. The skies started off with significant haze but this...
Astronomy doesn’t have to end at dawn. The daytime often allows viewing of the Moon, ...
May is the month when Jupiter is on the opposite side of the Earth compared to the Sun. This ...
After suffering a near death experience prior to the last Federation of Astronomical Societies ...
Thursday 26th April from 7:30pm at Percy Community Centre, Bath. Monthly meeting of Bath ...
Night timeSunset: 20:01
End twilight: 23:25
Begin twilight: 00:38
First QuarterPhase: 19.8%
Age: 5.86 days
Click image to visit NASA Scientific Visualization Studio and detailed maps
|New Moon||First Quarter||Full Moon||Last Quarter|
|Tue 15 May 11:49||Tue 22 May 03:50||Tue 29 May 14:20||Wed 6 Jun 18:34|
|Wed 13 Jun 19:45||Wed 20 Jun 10:52||Thu 28 Jun 04:54||Fri 6 Jul 07:52|
|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|