NATIONAL OBSERVATORY OF ATHENS

The Night Sky Map for tomorrow

The Night Sky

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MOON &
PLANETS
MOON
MERCURY
VENUS
MARS
JUPITER
SATURN
Remarks:
The simulation frames present the star sky of Athens for this night at half-hour steps. Small differences in object positions are to be expected when observing from other sites in Greece (up to one tenth of the map size for the most distant from Athens locations).
The border of the large circle defines the mathematical horizon (the sea level), i.e. there are not taken into account possible landscape irregularities. Its centre is the Zenith, the highest point on the sky exactly above us. The letters around indicate the four directions, North (N), East (E), South (S), and West (W).
Shown are objects visible to the naked eye. The circles representing stars and planets have sizes corresponding to their brightness. The constellations are drawn as well. When the Moon is above the horizon, its position is shown by an open circle.

Short Almanac for Athens

Wednesday
01-02-2023
Remarks:
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
since 26/03/2023 03:00
till 28/10/2023 04:00
Twilight
Twilight START END
CIVIL 07:02 18:16
NAUTICAL 06:31 18:47
ASTRONOMICAL 06:00 19:18
Sun
Sun
RISE
SET
POSITION
07:30
17:48
Capricornus
Moon
Moon
RISE
SET
PHASE
AGE
POSITION
13:47
04:33
0.855
11
Taurus
Phase of Moon Tomorrow
Phase of Moon Tomorrow
0
0.810
12
0.855
24
0.879
Moon Phases Cycle
Moon Phases Cycle
0.0 New Moon
0.5 First Quarter
1.0 Full Moon
0.5 Last Quarter
0.0 New Moon
The Moon's
Age
The age of the Moon is
 counted in days since
 the time of New Moon
 (phase 0.0)

The Bright Planets

RISE SET MAGNITUDE POSITION
MERCURY 06:04 15:46 -0.2 Sagittarius
VENUS 08:46 19:46 -3.9 Aquarius
MARS 12:45 03:42 -0.3 Taurus
JUPITER 09:57 22:10 -2.2 Pisces
SATURN 08:17 18:51 0.8 Capricornus
MAGNITUDE POSITION
MERCURY -0.2 Sagittarius
VENUS -3.9 Aquarius
MARS -0.3 Taurus
JUPITER -2.2 Pisces
SATURN 0.8 Capricornus
Remarks:
The simulation frames present the star sky of Athens for this night at half-hour steps. Small differences in object positions are to be expected when observing from other sites in Greece (up to one tenth of the map size for the most distant from Athens locations).
The border of the large circle defines the mathematical horizon (the sea level), i.e. there are not taken into account possible landscape irregularities. Its centre is the Zenith, the highest point on the sky exactly above us. The letters around indicate the four directions, North (N), East (E), South (S), and West (W).
Shown are objects visible to the naked eye. The circles representing stars and planets have sizes corresponding to their brightness. The constellations are drawn as well. When the Moon is above the horizon, its position is shown by an open circle.