Efemérides para Febrero - Tesmn1302

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Efemérides para Febrero - Tesmn1302

  1. 1. E INDICATED ALONG DIRECTIONS AR MPASS THE HO N . CO tate around the North R IZ O N RI Z O a p p e a r to r o C ele s ti C IR C E HO s, st ar s al P o LE ( M The Evening Sky Map D TH titud e NORTHERN HEMISPHERE F OR CO la NORTH le ( N AN S. H ern Etamin CP). EXA NIT ort h MP ZE mn AP LE E Fro M “NO KY TH ν U se R TH EN .S FREE* EACH MONTH FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, LEARN & ENJOY THE NIGHT SKY O CA TE D BE (A T nd WE da). r om W e W W DRACO t he ”) . T Bi g UR Di p N TH pe r( ES FEBRUARY 2013 r EL or KY M Get Sky Calendar on Twitter AR u g h te GN US P lo SKY MAP SHOWS HOWSky Calendar – February 2013 S A da ug P A http://twitter.com/skymaps CT JE s) & CY M5 h) R THE NIGHT SKY LOOKS ( C OB OU e d i 1 lo eu EARLY FEB 8 PM ND n t a n IAL ca h2 Moon very near Spica (109° from Sun, morning sky) at 2h UT. ep t W N Co I T b TS e n h u LES ne 7 PM E N LATE FEB Thub &A rC De Occultation visible in Madagascar and southern Africa. d CE an ar CE 61 Miz lcor ol NT th-e M9 h sb y h N. ar 4 i ER3 Moon near Saturn (morning sky) at 7h UT. Mag. +0.5. SKY MAP DRAWN FOR ZO V CA or D ip p e US (JU st er n E RI er r A LATITUDE OF 40° N NE L it tl e HE the E HO 9 AT S ST D3 Last Quarter Moon at 13:57 UT. Th ipp CE P M3 NORTH AND IS a b IC AS k y t o e er MI β μ TH sky Bi N SUITABLE FOR I5 Moon near Antares (67° from Sun, morning sky) at 6h UT. UR OR g Y IS OU SA LATITUDES UP s C LE TO 15° NORTH AR7 Moon at perigee (closest to Earth) at 12h UT in NCP CIR ED OR SOUTH ed fi T H E NO R T H S TA R (365,318 km; 32.7). A R IS ” δ nd “ TO P O L OIN ani Polaris OF THIS T ER P ol mp G E OU8 Mercury 0.27° NNW of Mars (15° from Sun, evening M8 M8 NOW A aris a cco 1 2 M UR EI A SA D TH sky) at 18h UT. Mags. –1.0 & +1.2. P JO , th ) SO O i a is SI R e No ) AN S9 Moon near Venus (12° from Sun, morning sky) CA THE o pe US rth s ENI TH at 10h UT. Mag. –3.9. C a s si C OM P η GAS r ta r. te10 New Moon at 7:22 UT. Start of lunation 1115. E AD ( Z us le A l qu e e n Cl oub PE S S D IR E M31 D11 Moon near Mars (15° from Sun, evening sky) at LY LE S q u a re THE SKY DIRECTLY OVERH G re a t a su s C A M E L O PA R DA L I S NX I n an cie n t t T h e m yt hic a O 10h UT. Mag. +1.2. CTION THAT APPEARS ALONG THE BOTTO A OMED o f Pe g ANDR γ γ11 Moon near Mercury (17° from Sun, evening sky) Si ck le Cap ella Algol at 16h UT. Mag. –0.9. AURI PERSEUS CANCER imes, the twins of Gree M33 WEST EAST Castor16 Mercury at greatest elongation, 18° east of Sun GA ECL Regulus Circlet IPT Pollux (evening sky) at 21h UT. Mag. –0.5. Hamal M3 IC ARIES M44 817 First Quarter Moon at 20:30 UT. M3 S M3 HE PART OF r cl u st e r. PISCE 7 6 γ Pleiades M6717 Moon near the Pleiades (evening sky) at 22h UT. M3 GE 5 M1 MI18 Moon very near Jupiter (evening sky) at 12h UT. des sta CA NOR Jupiter MI k m y th NI AP IS T Occultation visible in southern Australia. Mag. –2.4. NI aran Aldeb S e H ya HY M OF18 Moon near Aldebaran (evening sky) at 20h UT. de s ology 22 Cr 69 Hy a HE M Pro 64 D US Be UR RA cyo 22 of th T HE19 Moon at apogee (farthest from Earth) at 6h UT

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