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Celestial Calendar
January 2002

Richard Stanton


Lunar Phases:		Date	Rise	Trans	Set 
LQ	19:54 PST	05	00:10	05:29	11:53
NM	09:46 PST	13	08:38	12:18	16:00
FQ	19:46 PST	21	11:23	18:11	00:03
FM	14:50 PST	28	15:59	00:31	08:09

Nearer Planets:			R. A.	Dec.
Mercury, 0.83 A.U., Mag. 1.4
07	08:35	13:32	18:31	20:30.5	-20:28
17	08:13	13:26	18:39	21:06.0	-15:54
27	07:03	12:16	17:30	20:38.9	-14:59

Venus, 1.71 A.U., Mag. -3.9
07	07:21	12:08	16:55	19:05.9	-23:13
17	07:29	12:22	17:16	19:59.9	-21:34
27	07:32	12:35	17:39	20:52.2	-18:51

Mars, 1.61 A.U., Mag. 0.5
07	10:38	16:30	22:22	23:29.6	-03:55
17	10:15	16:17	22:19	23:56.2	-00:51
27	09:53	16:04	22:15	00:22.6	+02:12

Jupiter, 4.23 A.U., Mag. -2.7
07	16:18	23:39	07:05	06:42.6	+23:06
17	15:33	22:54	06:20	06:37.0	+23:13
27	14:48	22:10	05:37	06:32.1	+23:18

Saturn, 8.37 A.U., Mag. 0.6
07	14:18	21:27	04:41	04:30.1	+20:02
17	13:37	20:46	03:59	04:28.1	+19:59
27	12:56	20:05	03:19	04:26.7	+19:59

SOL Star Type G2V  Intelligent Life in System ?
Hours of Darkness
11:12	07	07:23	12:14	17:06	19:12.9	-22:23
11:03	17	07:20	12:18	17:16	19:56.2	-20:45
10:49	27	07:15	12:20	17:27	20:38.3	-18:29

Astronomical Twilight:	Begin	End
JD 2,452,281	07	05:50	18:38
	291	17	05:49	18:47
	301	27	05:45	18:56

Sidereal Time:
Transit Right Ascension at Local Midnight
07	00:00 = 06:59
17	00:00 = 07:38
27	00:00 = 08:18

Darkest Saturday Night: 12 Jan 2002
Sunset		17:10
Twilight End	18:42
Moon Set	16:29
Dawn Begin	05:50
Hours Dark	11:08


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