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Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?

 
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Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
Good day.

On Wed. night, 28-29 Mar. the Moon and Saturn will again come in close proximity as they did on 01 Mar. In NA they will be separated by less than 1° and in the northeast they will be separated by less than 0.5°. This is *very* close. There will be an actual occultation of Saturn at this time but only visible in the far North-Atlantic.

If you happen to be outside Wednesday night/Thursday morning, 28/29 March, and see the Moon with a bright planet very close-by this is what you are seeing. Those who are interested can see the two throughout the night with the closest separation approximately at the local times listed below:

Closest -
EDT (UT - 4)
Boston: ~1:55 AM Thursday, 29 Mar.
NYC: ~2:00 AM Thursday, 29 Mar.
Miami: ~2:20 AM Thursday, 29 Mar.

CDT (UT - 5)
Chicago: ~12:45 AM Thursday, 29 Mar.
Houston: ~01:10 AM Thursday, 29 Mar.

MDT (UT - 6)
Edmonton: ~11:00 PM Wednesday, 28 Mar.
Denver: ~11:30 PM Wednesday, 28 Mar.

PDT (UT - 7)
LA: ~10:30 PM Wednesday, 28 Mar.
Seattle: ~09:50 PM Wednesday, 28 Mar.

And especially for Nancy and her Moon Moving Mental Munchkins:
North Freedom, Wi.: ~12:42 AM Thursday, 29 Mar., 2007. Moon-Saturn separation ~0.5°
Moon Azim. @ 245° (that's WSW since we know the Zetas aren't capable of measuring things in degrees, almost as if they were a crazed little old lady.)
Moon Elev. @ 47° (nicely high for good Zeta-viewing)

I'm sure the rest of you lowly humans can find the Moon on your own.

Clear skies and have fun.


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03/28/2007 02:45 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
umm..let me guess...

Saturn.

will we be able to see the hexagon?
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
Is Venus still visible to the naked eye??

Ta much!!
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03/28/2007 02:47 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
its not star its VENUS and its always that bright. its not a UFO.
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
"its not star its VENUS and its always that bright. its not a UFO."
Please read the OP, AC211462. Not referencing Venus. I'm sure you'll see posts asking what that "star" is next to the Moon tonight.

"Is Venus still visible to the naked eye??"
Yes it is 4x2. Venus = Still visible in west at sundown. Good Elongation.

"umm..let me guess...
Saturn.
will we be able to see the hexagon?"
Correct AC58.
Hexagon?

Clear skies.
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
InfoBump.
Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions.
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03/28/2007 09:31 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
Is it close to Uranus?

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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
For my friends that can’t see it in the natural realm... :)

Stellarium [link to www.stellarium.org]

Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.
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03/28/2007 10:03 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
Clear skies? Seldom ever here. Most of the time there's a thick haze covering the moon. Last month the moon looked very strange while low above the horizon. It was a rozy orange in a bowl position and looked weird.
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03/28/2007 11:09 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
well i was able to get outside to view Saturn this evening.
the high cloud deck moved off,and viewing was great for the end of march-60 degrees
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03/28/2007 11:16 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
I wish I could see them, damn severe supercells & quarter mike wide tornados blocking my view.
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03/28/2007 11:20 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
quarter mike
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 215275


lmao
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03/28/2007 11:24 PM
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
lol...quarter mile
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
spell
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?
Now is the time to take a look if you can. While closest approach is in about an hour, they are nearly as close as they'll get right now. Binoculars recommended.

"I wish I could see them, damn severe supercells & quarter mile wide tornados blocking my view."
If I were you I'd be wishing for a cellar to crawl into. Hope you are safe.
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Re: Tonight - Mar. 28: What is that bright 'star' by the Moon?

InfoBump.
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There is only one star in the sky which is bright every night can someone tell me is it Venus

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