Astronomical Times for COE Observing Field (32.332, -97.424)
Starting 28 Feb 2020, for the next 10 days
DateMorningSunriseSunsetEveningMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
TwilightTwilight
28 Feb 202005:2506:5618:2719:5615:5005:02day 4 of Moon
29 Feb 202005:2406:5518:2819:5716:2105:58
01 Mar 202005:2306:5418:2919:5816:5506:00
02 Mar 202005:2106:5218:3019:5917:3406:55day 7 of Moon
03 Mar 202005:2006:5118:3019:5918:1807:53
04 Mar 202005:1906:5018:3120:0019:1008:52
05 Mar 202005:1806:4918:3220:0120:0909:50day 10 of Moon
06 Mar 202005:1606:4718:3320:0221:1410:44
07 Mar 202005:1506:4618:3320:0222:2311:34
08 Mar 202005:1406:4518:3420:0322:3511:20day 13 of Moon

Planetary Data for today
MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Rises12:3414:5809:3810:2110:5315:3213:3010:42
Meridian18:1521:2414:3315:2015:5722:0219:1415:42
Sets23:5603:4919:2920:2021:0104:3601:0220:42
ConstellationAquariusPiscesSagittariusSagittariusSagittariusAriesAquariusSagittarius

Visible ISS Passes
ISS image. Credit: NASA
DateBrightnessStartHighest pointEnd
(mag)TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
No visible ISS passes during this time period

Visible Iridium Flares for the next 7 days
DateTimeMagnitudeAltitudeAzimuthSatellite
No visible Iridium Flares during this time period