Astronomical Times for COE Observing Field (32.332, -97.424)
Starting 21 Apr 2018, for the next 10 days
DateMorningSunriseSunsetEveningMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
TwilightTwilight
21 Apr 201805:2006:5120:0521:3416:4406:06day 6 of Moon
22 Apr 201805:1906:5020:0521:3417:4607:03
23 Apr 201805:1806:4920:0621:3518:5007:55
24 Apr 201805:1606:4720:0721:3619:5408:41day 9 of Moon
25 Apr 201805:1506:4620:0821:3720:5709:23
26 Apr 201805:1406:4520:0821:3722:0010:01
27 Apr 201805:1306:4420:0921:3823:0110:38day 12 of Moon
28 Apr 201805:1206:4320:1021:3900:0111:13
29 Apr 201805:1106:4220:1121:4001:0011:48
30 Apr 201805:1006:4120:1121:4001:5812:24day 15 of Moon

Planetary Data for today
MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Rises10:5513:1306:5602:3006:1111:5109:5607:01
Meridian16:5620:0611:5307:4511:1018:1715:3912:02
Sets22:5802:5716:5013:0116:0900:4621:2117:04
ConstellationPiscesTaurusSagittariusLibraSagittariusPiscesAquariusSagittarius
VisibilityGoodGoodNot visibleNot visibleNot visibleGoodVisibleNot visible

Visible ISS Passes
ISS image. Credit: NASA
DateBrightnessStartHighest pointEnd
(mag)TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
27 Apr-1.411:17:4110°S11:20:0519°SE11:22:3010°E
29 Apr-3.411:08:3110°SSW11:11:4358°SE11:14:5610°NE
30 Apr-2.010:18:0819°SSE10:19:2925°SE10:22:1410°ENE

Visible Iridium Flares for the next 7 days
DateTimeMagnitudeAltitudeAzimuthSatellite
21 Apr10:54:43-5.758°216° (SW)Iridium 21
22 Apr10:48:370.960°212° (SSW)Iridium 70
27 Apr10:27:240.052°234° (SW)Iridium 66