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Celestial Calendar
March 2000

Richard Stanton


Lunar Phases: 
		Date	Rise	Trans	Set	
NM 21:17 PST	05	06:32	12:07	17:49
FQ 22:59 PST	12	10:46	18:02	00:17
FM 20:44 PST	19	18:04	00:30	06:14
LQ 16:21 PST	27	00:55	05:58	11:00

Nearer Planets:			R. A.	Dec.
Mercury, 0.73 A.U., Mag. -1.6
07	05:48	11:29	17:10	22:25.9	-06:35
17	05:12	10:45	16:17	22:19.1	-09:45
27	04:58	10:33	16:08	22:45.1	-09:17

Venus, 1.54 A.U., Mag. -4.0
07	05:30	10:47	16:04	21:40.2	-14:51
17	05:25	10:55	16:26	22:28.2	-10:51
27	05:19	11:03	16:48	23:14.7	-06:22

Mars, 2.25 A.U., Mag. +1.2
07	07:48	14:14	20:40	01:08.0	+06:59
17	07:27	14:02	20:38	01:35.7	+09:52
27	07:09	13:51	20:33	02:03.6	+12:35

Jupiter, 5.71 A.U., Mag. -2.1
07	08:31	15:12	21:54	02:08.0	+11:54
17	07:57	14:41	21:25	02:15.9	+12:36
27	07:27	14:10	20:54	02:24.3	+13:20

Saturn, 9.81 A.U., Mag. +0.9
07	09:02	15:49	22:36	02:44.8	+13:41
17	08:25	15:13	22:01	02:48.5	+14:01
27	07:52	14:38	21:25	02:52.6	+14:21

SOL Star Type G2V  Intelligent Life in System ?
Hours of Darkness
09:28	07	06:29	12:19	18:09	23:12.4	-05:07
09:02	17	06:14	12:16	18:18	23:49.1	-01:11
08:35	27	06:01	12:13	18:27	00:25.5	+02:46

Astronomical Twilight:
			Begin	End
JD 2,451,610	07	05:03	19:35
	620	17	04:47	19:45
	630	27	04:31	19:56

Sidereal Time:
Transit Right Ascension at Local Midnight
07 00:00 = 10:53
17 00:00 = 11:33
27 00:00 = 12:12

Darkest Saturday Night: 04-Mar-2000
Sunset		18:06
Twilight End	19:32
Moon Rise	05:57
Dawn Begin	05:07
Hours Dark	09:35


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