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Astronomical agenda for 2016

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Mercury Transit
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Juno over Jupiter,
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REMARKABLE EVENTS 2016
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HISTORICAL ANIVERSARIES
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Mercury Transit
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Juno over Jupiter,
4 July
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One second more in 2016
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Gaia data release 14 September
REMARKABLE EVENTS
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HISTORICAL ANIVERSARIES
 
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TABLES: EARTH-SUN
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TABLES: MOON
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TABLES: PLANETS
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ECLIPSES
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METEOR SHOWERS
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Transit of Mercury, 9th May 2016, Live webcast on ServiAstro
 
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mŗxim One second more in 2016, 6/07/2016,
The International Earth Rotation and Reference System Service (IERS), announced that on 31 December 2016 will add a second to our clock time (UTC) to adjust it with the Solar Time (UT). This Time difference corresponds to the variability of the terrestrial rotation.
Monograph about Time mesurement (catalan)
mŗxim Juno in orbit around Jupiter, 05/07/2016
After an almost five-year journey to the solar systemís largest planet, NASA's Juno spacecraft successfully entered Jupiterís orbit during a 35-minute engine burn. Confirmation that the burn had completed was received on Earth at 8:53 p.m. PDT (11:53 p.m. EDT) Monday, July 4.
Juno's special web page


mŗxim Gaia data release set for 14 September, 04/07/2016
ESA's billion-star surveyor Gaia, launched on 19 December 2013, and in routine science operations since 25 July 2014, will release the first mission data on 14 September 2016.
transit Mercu6en.jpg TransitMercuri090516
On 9th May a transit of Mercury will be visible from Catalonia. The transit will begin at midday and will end with the sunset.Transits of Mercury cannot be seen with the naked eye. You need a telescope for a good observation.
 

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Historical Anniversaries

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  1. Space calendar
  2. Ephemerids from ROA
  3. Eclipse Homepage from NASA
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