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Changes of season

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Spring 20 March 12h 33m 24s UT
Summer 21 June 06h 46m 07s UT
Autumn 22 September 22h 23m 09s UT
Winter 21 December 18h 34m 56s UT
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Summer 21 June 06h 46m 07s UT
Autumn 22 September 22h 23m 09s UT
Winter 21 December 18h 34m 56s UT
 
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Orbit of the moon

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10 January 7 February 8 March 23 January 20 February 19 March
4 April 29 April 26 May 16 April 14 May 11 June
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4 April 29 April 26 May 16 April 14 May 11 June
23 June 21 July 19 August 8 July 5 August 1 September
16 September 14 October 10 November 28 September 26 October 23 November
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Information about the planets

Mercury:

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Solar Eclipses

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Hybrid (anular/total) 8 April 20h 35m UT South of the United States of America, central America and Northern South America, New Zealand and a part of Antarctica.
Annular 3 October 10h 32m UT Main part of Africa, Europe and Middle East, Southern Asia and Greenland.
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Hybrid (anular/total) 8 April 20h 35m UT South of the United States of America, central America and Northern South America, New Zealand and a part of Antarctica.
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Penumbral 24 April 09h 55m UT Pacific area. At some phases visible in the whole America, SouthEast of Asia and Australia.
Partial 17 October 12h 03m UT East Asia, NorthWest of America, Oceania and Pacific. At some phases visible in the whole Asia, central America and Northern South America.
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Other Events

Meteor showers

Nome Days of activity Maximum
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Lirids 16-25 April 22 April approx.
η-Aquarids 19 April-28 May 5 May approx.
S-δ-Aquarids 12 July-19 August 28 July approx.
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Draconids 6-10 October 8 October 16h UT
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Orionids 2 October-7 November 21 October approx.
Taurids 1 October-25 November 5 y 12 November approx.
Leonides 14-21 November 17 November approx.
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α-Monocerotids 15-25 November 21 November 15h UT
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Geminids 7-17 December 14 December approx.
Ursids 17-26 December 22 December approx.

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Date Exact hour
Spring 20 March 12h 33m 24s UT
Summer 21 June 06h 46m 07s UT
Autumn 22 September 22h 23m 09s UT
Winter 21 December 18h 34m 56s UT
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Date Distance to the Sun
Perihelion (minimum distance) 2 January 147.099.000 km
Afhelion (maximum distance) 5 July 152.102.000 km
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Sunrise and sunset hours for any place (Calculation tool in javascript).

Date Distance to the Sun
Perihelion (minimum distance) 2 January 147.099.000 km
Afhelion (maximum distance) 5 July 152.102.000 km
 
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Remarkable Events


M ars at close opposition (October-November 2005)

The best moment to observe the Red Planet... Send us your photographs!!!

2005 Leonids

They are the remains of comet Tempel-Tuttle coming into the atmosphere...

Annular solar eclipse (3-10-2005)

After the live webcast...

Perseids (August 2005)

Collection of images of the most famous meteor shower.

Hybrid solar eclipse (8-04-2005)

Do you know what it is yet? Here it is explained and you can see it.

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