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Sunday, March 31, 2019

 

Southern Skywatch April 2019 edition is now out!

The Moon facing east at 22:48 am ACST in Adelaide on Thursday 25 April just as Saturn appears from behind the Moon. The moon is close to the horizon.

Similar views will be seen elsewhere in eastern Australia at roughly the equivalent local time, detailed times are here.

The April edition of Southern Skywatch is now up.

Mercury  climbs higher the morning sky band is close to the crescent Moon on the 3rd..

Venus is high in the morning skies and is close to the crescent Moon on the 2nd.  Mercury and Venus are close on the 17th.

Jupiter is close to waning Moon on the 23rd.

 Mars is close to the crescent Moon on the 9th.

Saturn climbs higher in the morning sky and enters the evening sky late in the month. April 25; crescent Moon close to Saturn, occultation.

April 2, crescent Moon near Venus. April 3, Crescent Moon near Mercury

April 9; Mars close to the cerscent Moon. April 25; waning Moon close to Jupiter. April 25; crescent Moon close to Saturn, occultation.

April  1; Moon at Apogee; April 17 Moon at perigee, April  29 Moon at Apogee again

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