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Diary of Phenomena for 2010



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Diary of Phenomena for 2010
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January 2010
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Jupiter in the evening sky

d h m UTC
1 18 Pollux 7degN of Moon
1 20 Moon closest to Earth
3 0 Sun closest to Earth
3 11 Moon 7degS of Mars
4 5 Regulus 4.1degN of Moon
4 19 Mercury in inferior conjunction
5 7 Mercury 3.4degN of Venus
5 12 Mercury closest to Earth
6 18 Moon 8degS of Saturn
7 10 40 Last Quarter
8 1 Spica 3.4degN of Moon
11 13 Antares 1.1degS of Moon
11 20 Venus in superior conjunction
13 12 Moon 7degS of Pluto
13 16 Moon 4.6degS of Mercury
13 16 Venus furthest from Earth
14 18 Saturn stationary (retro)
15 7 11 New Moon ANNULAR ECLIPSE - longest until 3043
maximum duration 11min Africa 6h India SEasia 8h gmt
15 15 Mercury stationary (fwd)
17 2 Moon furthest from Earth
17 22 Moon 3.6degN of Neptune
18 9 Moon 4.6degN of Jupiter
20 10 Moon 6degN of Uranus
23 10 First Quarter
24 14 Venus at Aphelion
25 11 Pleiades 0.01degS of Moon
26 6 Aldebaran 9degS of Moon
27 5 Mercury furthest west from Sun 25deg
27 18 Mars closest to Earth
27 19 Venus opposite of Mars
29 5 Pollux 7degN of Moon
29 19 Mars at opposition
30 6 18 Full Moon
30 8 Moon 7degS of Mars
30 9 Moon closest to Earth
31 15 Regulus 4.1degN of Moon
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February 2010
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17 Februray Jupiter and Venus

d h m UTC
3 2 Moon 8degS of Saturn
4 8 Spica 3.4degN of Moon
5 23 49 Last Quarter
7 18 Antares 1.1degS of Moon
7 22 Venus 1.1degS of Neptune
9 19 Moon 7degS of Pluto
12 5 Moon 2.3degN of Mercury
13 2 Moon furthest from Earth
14 2 51 New Moon
14 23 Neptune in conjunction (17h)
15 1 Moon 6degN of Venus
15 5 Moon 5degN of Jupiter
15 13 Neptune furthest from Earth
16 19 Moon 6degN of Uranus
16 21 Venus 0.58degS of Jupiter
21 19 Pleiades 0.09degN of Moon
22 0 First Quarter
22 14 Aldebaran 9degS of Moon
25 16 Pollux 7degN of Moon
26 5 Moon 5degS of Mars
27 5 Mercury 1.8degS of Neptune
27 22 Moon closest to Earth
28 3 Regulus 4.1degN of Moon
28 10 Jupiter in conjunction (12h)
28 14 Jupiter furthest from Earth
28 16 38 Full Moon


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March 2010
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In late March Jupiter becomes morning star
(in the east, befor sunrise)

d h m UTC
2 10 Moon 8degS of Saturn
3 18 Spica 3.3degN of Moon
3 22 Venus 0.68degS of Uranus
6 10 34km asteroid Anastasia
occults 2.5mag star Nevada bajaC
7 1 Antares 1.3degS of Moon
7 15 42 Last Quarter
7 19 Mercury 1.2degS of Jupiter
7 22 Mercury furthest from Earth
9 3 Moon 6degS of Pluto
11 9 Mars stationary (fwd)
12 10 Moon furthest from Earth
13 15 Moon 3.8degN of Neptune
14 13 Mercury in superior conjunction
15 17 Mercury 0.8degS of Uranus
15 21 1 New Moon
17 6 Uranus in conjunction
17 11 Moon 7degN of Venus
18 5 Uranus furthest from Earth
20 17 33 Equinox
21 0 Pleiades 0.32degN of Moon
21 20 Aldebaran 9degS of Moon
21 22 Saturn closest to Earth
22 0 Saturn at opposition
23 11 First Quarter
25 0 Pollux 7degN of Moon
25 13 Moon 4.4degS of Mars
27 13 Regulus 4.1degN of Moon
28 5 Moon closest to Earth
29 17 Moon 8degS of Saturn
30 2 25 Full Moon
31 9 Mars at Aphelion
31 4 Spica 3.1degN of Moon
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April 2010
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Beginning of April, Venus and Mercury in the
evening sky on the western horizon after sunset.

d h m UTC
3 10 Antares 1.6degS of Moon
5 11 Moon 6degS of Pluto
6 9 37 Last Quarter
7 1 Pluto stationary (retro)
8 21 Mercury at Greatest Elong: 19.3deg EAST
9 3 Moon furthest from Earth
10 0 Moon 4.1degN of Neptune
11 22 Moon 6degN of Jupiter
12 14 Moon 6degN of Uranus
14 12 29 New Moon
15 22 Moon 1.4degN of Mercury
16 12 Moon 4.1degN of Venus
17 6 Pleiades 0.52degN of Moon
18 2 Aldebaran 8degS of Moon
18 10 Mercury stationary (retro)
21 6 Pollux 8degN of Moon
21 18 First Quarter
22 9 Moon 4.5degS of Mars
23 20 Regulus 4.3degN of Moon
24 16 Pleiades 3.6degN of Venus
24 21 Moon closest to Earth
25 23 Moon 8degS of Saturn
27 14 Spica 3.1degN of Moon
28 12 18 Full Moon
28 16 Mercury in inferior conjunction
30 20 Antares 1.7degS of Moon

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May 2010
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Venus brilliant evening star (in the west, after sunset)


d h m UTC
1 10 Mercury closest to Earth
2 19 Moon 6degS of Pluto
4 3 Aldebaran 6degS of Venus
6 4 15 Last Quarter
6 22 Moon furthest from Earth
7 9 Moon 4.4degN of Neptune
9 17 Moon 6degN of Jupiter
10 1 Moon 6degN of Uranus
10 23 Mercury stationary (fwd)
12 16 Moon 8degN of Mercury
14 1 4 New Moon
16 10 Moon 0.09degN of Venus
Venus occultation in Indonesia
18 12 Pollux 8degN of Moon
20 9 Moon closest to Earth
20 11 Moon 5degS of Mars
20 23 First Quarter
21 2 Regulus 4.6degN of Moon
23 4 Moon 8degS of Saturn
24 21 Spica 3.1degN of Moon
26 5 Mercury furthest west from Sun 25deg
27 23 7 Full Moon
28 4 Antares 1.8degS of Moon
31 16 Saturn stationary (fwd)
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June 2010
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Venus brilliant evening star (in the west, after sundown)

d h m UTC
1 2 Neptune stationary (retro)
3 16 Moon furthest from Earth
3 18 Moon 4.6degN of Neptune
4 22 13 Last Quarter
6 11 Moon 6degN of Uranus
6 11 Moon 7degN of Jupiter
6 14 Regulus 0.9degS of Mars
6 18 Jupiter 0.47degS of Uranus
9 10 Pollux 4.8degN of Venus
9 12 Pleiades 6degN of Mercury
10 22 Pleiades 0.57degN of Moon
11 2 Moon 5degN of Mercury
12 11 15 New Moon
14 19 Pollux 8degN of Moon
15 7 Moon 3.9degS of Venus (nice view!)
15 15 Moon closest to Earth
16 2 Aldebaran 4.6degS of Mercury
17 8 Regulus 4.7degN of Moon
17 18 Moon 6degS of Mars
19 4 First Quarter
19 10 Moon 8degS of Saturn
21 3 Spica 3.2degN of Moon
21 11 29 Solstice
24 3 Pluto closest to Earth
24 11 Antares 1.8degS of Moon
25 18 Pluto at opposition
26 9 Moon 6degS of Pluto
26 11 30 Full Moon -- PARTIAL ECLIPSE
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28 11 Mercury in superior conjunction
29 18 Mercury furthest from Earth











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July 2010
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Venus brilliant evening star (in the west, after sundown)
Mars and Saturn!

d h m UTC
1 1 Moon 4.6degN of Neptune
1 10 Moon furthest from Earth
3 20 Moon 7degN of Uranus
4 0 Moon 7degN of Jupiter
4 14 35 Last Quarter
6 0 Uranus stationary (retro)
6 11 Sun furthest from Earth
6 18 Pollux 4.9degN of Mercury
8 7 Pleiades 0.56degN of Moon
8 21 58 51km asteroid 472 Roma occults
Ophiuchus 2.7magnitude star
visible Benelux France Bask country
Algarve
- duration 5 seconds ***
9 3 Aldebaran 8degS of Moon
10 2 Regulus 1.1degS of Venus
11 19 40 New Moon -- total solar eclipse
Cook Is Tahiti 18h30 Easter I. 20h10gmt
13 0 Moon 4.1degS of Mercury
13 11 Moon closest to Earth
14 15 Regulus 4.7degN of Moon
15 1 Moon 6degS of Venus
16 4 Moon 6degS of Mars
16 19 Moon 8degS of Saturn
18 9 Spica 3.2degN of Moon
18 10 First Quarter
21 17 Antares 1.8degS of Moon
24 4 Jupiter stationary (retro)
26 1 37 Full Moon
27 23 Regulus 0.31degN of Mercury
28 7 Moon 4.6degN of Neptune
29 0 Moon furthest from Earth
31 2 Moon 6degN of Uranus
31 9 Moon 7degN of Jupiter


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August 2010
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Mercury Venus Mars and Saturn nicely visible!

d h m UTC
1 19 Mars 1.9degS of Saturn
3 4 59 Last Quarter
4 16 Pleiades 0.63degN of Moon
5 12 Aldebaran 8degS of Moon
7 0 Mercury furthest east from Sun 27deg
8 14 Pollux 8degN of Moon
10 1 Venus 3.1degS of Saturn
10 3 8 New Moon
10 18 Moon closest to Earth
10 21 Venus opposite of Jupiter
12 1 Moon 2.3degS of Mercury
13 7 Moon 8degS of Saturn
13 12 Moon 4.5degS of Venus
13 17 Moon 6degS of Mars
14 16 Spica 3.1degN of Moon
16 18 First Quarter
17 23 Antares 1.9degS of Moon
19 19 Moon 6degS of Pluto
19 19 Neptune closest to Earth
20 2 Venus furthest east from Sun 46deg
20 4 Mercury stationary (retro)
20 9 Neptune at opposition
23 21 Venus 2.5degS of Mars
24 11 Moon 4.5degN of Neptune
24 17 5 Full Moon
25 6 Moon furthest from Earth
27 7 Moon 6degN of Uranus
27 11 Moon 7degN of Jupiter
31 14 Mercury closest to Earth
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September 2010
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Venus and Mars...

d h m UTC
1 0 Pleiades 0.8degN of Moon


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