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    Sun

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    Spring 20th March 05h 48m UT
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    Spring 20th March 05h 48m UT
    Summer 20th June 23h 59m UT
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    Winter 21st December 12h 04m UT
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    Afhelion (maximum distance) 4th July 152.104.317 km
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    Moon
    Full
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    Waning
    Moon
    08/01/2008 15/01/2008 22/01/2008 30/01/2008
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    6th February 18h Inferior Conjunction
    3rd March 11h Max. West elongation (27.1║)
    16th April 07h Superior Conjunction
     
    14th May 04h Max. East elongation (21.8║)
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    Remarkable events

    Tables

    Sun

    Changes of season

    Date Exact hour
    Spring 20th March 05h 48m UT
    Summer 20th June 23h 59m UT
    Autumn 22nd September 15h 44m UT
    Winter 21st December 12h 04m UT

    Sunrise and sunset hours for any place(Calculation tool in javascript).

    Earth's orbit

    Date Distance to the Sun
    Perihelion (minimum distance) 3rd January 147.096.501 km
    Afhelion (maximum distance) 4th July 152.104.317 km

    Lunar phases ( UT ):

    New
    Moon
    Crescent
    Moon
    Full
    Moon
    Waning
    Moon
    08/01/2008 15/01/2008 22/01/2008 30/01/2008
    07/02/2008 14/02/2008 21/02/2008 29/02/2008
    07/03/2008 14/03/2008 21/03/2008 29/03/2008
    06/04/2008 12/04/2008 20/04/2008 28/04/2008
    05/05/2008 12/05/2008 20/05/2008 28/05/2008
    03/06/2008 10/06/2008 18/06/2008 26/06/2008
    03/07/2008 10/07/2008 18/07/2008 25/07/2008
    01/08/2008 08/08/2008 16/08/2008 23/08/2008
    30/08/2008 07/09/2008 15/09/2008 22/09/2008
    29/09/2008 07/10/2008 14/10/2008 21/10/2008
    28/10/2008 06/11/2008 13/11/2008 19/11/2008
    27/11/2008 05/12/2008 12/12/2008 19/12/2008
    27/12/2008

    Moon's orbit

    Perigee (minimum distance) Apogee (maximum distance)
    19th January 14th February 10th March 3rd January 31st January 28th February
    7th April 6th May 3rd June 26th March 23rd April 20th May
    1st July 29th July 26th August 16th June 14th July 10th August
    20th September 17th October 14th November 7th September 5th October 2nd November
    12th December     29th November 26th December

    Information about the planets ( UT ):

    Mercury

    Day Hour Event
    22nd January 05h Max. East elongation (18.6║)
    6th February 18h Inferior Conjunction
    3rd March 11h Max. West elongation (27.1║)
    16th April 07h Superior Conjunction
    14th May 04h Max. East elongation (21.8║)
    7th June 15h Inferior Conjunction
    1st July 18h Max. West elongation (21.8║)
    29th July 20h Superior Conjunction
    11th September 04h Max. East elongation (26.9║)
    6th Octobe 21h Inferior Conjunction
    22nd October 09h Max. West elongation (18.3║)
    25th November 17h Superior Conjunction

    Venus:

    Day Hour Event
    9th June 04h Superior Conjunction

    Mars:

    Day Hour Event
    5th December 22h Conjunction

    Jupiter:

    Day Hour Event
    9th July 09h Opposition

    Saturn:

    Day Hour Event
    24th February 09h Opposition
    4th September 02h Conjunction

    Uranus:

    Day Hour Event
    9th March 05h Conjunction
    13th September 11h Opposition

    Neptune:

    Day Hour Event
    10th February 20h Conjunction
    15th August 01h Opposition

    Eclipses

    Solar eclipses

    Type Day Hour of the maximum Visibility
    Annular 7th February 03h 56m UT Annularity will be visible only from some areas of Antarctica. It will be partial over the rest of this continent, New Zealand and Eastern Australia.
    Total 1st August 10h 25m UT Total in Northern Canada, Greenland, Siberia, Mongolia and China. Partial in Eastern Northamerica, and Northern Europe and Asia.

    Lunar eclipses

    Type Day Hour of the maximum Visibility
    Total 21st February 03h 29m UT Europe, America, Middle East, Western Asia and Africa
    Partial 16th August 21h 10m UT Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and Eastern Southamerica.

    Other Events

    Meteor showers

    Name Days of activity Maximum ZHR
    Quadrantids 1-5 January 4 January 120
    η-Aquarids 19 April - 28 May 5 May 70+
    Bo÷tids of June 22 June - 2 July 27 June variable (0 - 100+)
    Perseids 17 July - 24 August 12 August 100
    Draconids 6-10 October 8 October peridic (storm?)
    Leonids 10-23 November 17 November 435+ (difficult because of the Full Moon at the peak) ( predictions by Maslov)
    α-Monocerotids 15-25 November 21 November 5 (up to 400+, at peak)
    Ursids 7-26 December 22 December 10 (up to 50, occasionally)

    These data have mainly been obtained from the Planetary Phenomena 2008]] from NASA, the OAN and the ROA , and from the calendars of the IMO .

     
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