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March 2014 Celestial Calendar
« : 02 Марта 2014, 22:55:44 »
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All times, unless otherwise noted, are UT (subtract five hours and, when appropriate, one calendar day for EST and four hours for EDT from March 10 onwards)

3/1 New Moon (lunation 1128) occurs at 8:00; asteroid 1 Ceres is stationary at 20:00; Mars is stationary at 21:00
3/3 Saturn is stationary at 4:00; Uranus is 2 degrees south of the Moon at 10:00
3/5 Asteroid 4 Vesta is stationary at 8:00
3/6 Jupiter is stationary at 10:00
3/8 First Quarter Moon occurs at 13:27; the Lunar X (also known as the Purbach or Werner Cross), an X-shaped illumination effect involving various rims and ridges between the craters La Caille, Blanchinus, and Purbach, is predicted to occur at 20:05
3/9 Mercury is at the descending node today; Daylight Saving Time (DST) begins today; a double Galilean satellite shadow transit begins at 20:26
3/10 Jupiter is 5 degrees north of the Moon at 11:00
3/11 The Moon is at apogee, subtending 29 arc minutes from a distance of 405,364 kilometers (251,882 miles), at 20:00
3/14 Mercury is at greatest western elongation (28 degrees) at 7:00
3/16 Full Moon (known as the Crow, Lenten, and Sap Moon) occurs at 17:08; a double Galilean satellite shadow transit begins at 22:21
3/18 The Moon is 1.7 degrees north of the first-magnitude star Spica (Alpha Virginis), at 21:00
3/19 Mercury is at aphelion today; Mars is 3 degrees north of the Moon at 3:00
3/20 The vernal equinox occurs at 16:57
3/21 Saturn is 0.2 degrees north of the Moon, with an occultation visible from Madagascar, southern Africa, and northeastern South America at 3:00
3/22 Mercury is 1.2 degrees south of the Neptune at 12:00; Venus is at greatest western elongation (47 degrees) at 20:00
3/24 Last Quarter Moon occurs at 1:46; a double Galilean satellite shadow transit begins at 2:08; asteroid 2 Pallas is stationary at 21:00; the Curtiss Cross, an X-shaped illumination effect located between the craters Parry and Gambart, is predicted to occur at 21:22
3/27 Venus is 4 degrees south of the Moon at 10:00; the Moon is at perigee, subtending 32 arc minutes from a distance of 365,703 kilometers (227,238 miles), at 19:00
3/28 Neptune is 5 degrees south of the Moon at 15:00
3/29 Mercury is 6 degrees south of the Moon at 5:00
3/30 New Moon (lunation 1129) occurs at 18:45
3/31 Mars is 5 degrees north of the first-magnitude star Spica (Alpha Virginis) at 4:00

Thirty-five deep-sky objects for March: M44, M67, NGC 2775 (Cancer); Abell 33, M48, NGC 2610, NGC 2642, NGC 2811, NGC 2835, NGC 2855, NGC 2935, NGC 2992, NGC 3052, NGC 3078 (Hydra); NGC 2903, NGC 2916, NGC 2964, NGC 2968, NGC 3020 (Leo); NGC 2859, NGC 3003, NGC 3021 (Leo Minor); NGC 2683 (Lynx); NGC 2567, NGC 2571 (Puppis); M81, M82, NGC 2639, NGC 2654, NGC 2681, NGC 2685, NGC 2742, NGC 2768, NGC 2787, NGC 2841, NGC 2880, NGC 2950, NGC 2976, NGC 2985 (Ursa Major)

Top ten binocular deep-sky objects for March: M44, M48, M67, M81, M82, NGC 2571, NGC 2683, NGC 2841, NGC 2903, NGC 2976

Top ten deep-sky objects for March: M44, M48, M67, M81, M82, NGC 2654, NGC 2683, NGC 2835, NGC 2841, NGC 2903

Challenge deep-sky object for March: Abell 30 (Cancer)


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Re: March 2014 Celestial Calendar
« Ответ #1 : 03 Марта 2014, 00:53:25 »
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All times, unless otherwise noted, are UT (subtract five hours and, when appropriate, one calendar day for EST and four hours for EDT from March 10 onwards)

3/1 New Moon (lunation 1128) occurs at 8:00; asteroid 1 Ceres is stationary at 20:00; Mars is stationary at 21:00
3/3 Saturn is stationary at 4:00; Uranus is 2 degrees south of the Moon at 10:00
3/5 Asteroid 4 Vesta is stationary at 8:00
3/6 Jupiter is stationary at 10:00
3/8 First Quarter Moon occurs at 13:27; the Lunar X (also known as the Purbach or Werner Cross), an X-shaped illumination effect involving various rims and ridges between the craters La Caille, Blanchinus, and Purbach, is predicted to occur at 20:05
3/9 Mercury is at the descending node today; Daylight Saving Time (DST) begins today; a double Galilean satellite shadow transit begins at 20:26
3/10 Jupiter is 5 degrees north of the Moon at 11:00
3/11 The Moon is at apogee, subtending 29 arc minutes from a distance of 405,364 kilometers (251,882 miles), at 20:00
3/14 Mercury is at greatest western elongation (28 degrees) at 7:00
3/16 Full Moon (known as the Crow, Lenten, and Sap Moon) occurs at 17:08; a double Galilean satellite shadow transit begins at 22:21
3/18 The Moon is 1.7 degrees north of the first-magnitude star Spica (Alpha Virginis), at 21:00
3/19 Mercury is at aphelion today; Mars is 3 degrees north of the Moon at 3:00
3/20 The vernal equinox occurs at 16:57
3/21 Saturn is 0.2 degrees north of the Moon, with an occultation visible from Madagascar, southern Africa, and northeastern South America at 3:00
3/22 Mercury is 1.2 degrees south of the Neptune at 12:00; Venus is at greatest western elongation (47 degrees) at 20:00
3/24 Last Quarter Moon occurs at 1:46; a double Galilean satellite shadow transit begins at 2:08; asteroid 2 Pallas is stationary at 21:00; the Curtiss Cross, an X-shaped illumination effect located between the craters Parry and Gambart, is predicted to occur at 21:22
3/27 Venus is 4 degrees south of the Moon at 10:00; the Moon is at perigee, subtending 32 arc minutes from a distance of 365,703 kilometers (227,238 miles), at 19:00
3/28 Neptune is 5 degrees south of the Moon at 15:00
3/29 Mercury is 6 degrees south of the Moon at 5:00
3/30 New Moon (lunation 1129) occurs at 18:45
3/31 Mars is 5 degrees north of the first-magnitude star Spica (Alpha Virginis) at 4:00

Thirty-five deep-sky objects for March: M44, M67, NGC 2775 (Cancer); Abell 33, M48, NGC 2610, NGC 2642, NGC 2811, NGC 2835, NGC 2855, NGC 2935, NGC 2992, NGC 3052, NGC 3078 (Hydra); NGC 2903, NGC 2916, NGC 2964, NGC 2968, NGC 3020 (Leo); NGC 2859, NGC 3003, NGC 3021 (Leo Minor); NGC 2683 (Lynx); NGC 2567, NGC 2571 (Puppis); M81, M82, NGC 2639, NGC 2654, NGC 2681, NGC 2685, NGC 2742, NGC 2768, NGC 2787, NGC 2841, NGC 2880, NGC 2950, NGC 2976, NGC 2985 (Ursa Major)

Top ten binocular deep-sky objects for March: M44, M48, M67, M81, M82, NGC 2571, NGC 2683, NGC 2841, NGC 2903, NGC 2976

Top ten deep-sky objects for March: M44, M48, M67, M81, M82, NGC 2654, NGC 2683, NGC 2835, NGC 2841, NGC 2903

Challenge deep-sky object for March: Abell 30 (Cancer)

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http://www.cloudynights.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php/Cat/0/Number/6402453/Main/6402453


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