Sunrise, Sunset & Twilight Times Criteria Location Latitude Longitude Date Ballarat Observatory 37° 34′ S 143° 51′ E 2022 AEST Results Times Of Sunrise And Sunset Jan Feb Mar Apr […]
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January At this time of the year the Great Orion Nebula is rising in the East. The Boorong call this constellation Kulkunbulla, a number of young men dancing. Just East […]
Image: Looking East, 6th May 04:00hrs AEST May 6-7th Eta Aquarid Meteor shower peaks on the afternoon of the 6th at 13:00hrs AEST, ~50 meteors /hour, travelling at 65.9km/sec. This […]
Image: Looking towards the centre of our Milky Way Galaxy. Credit: Mark Justice July At this time of the Year the spectacular heart of our Milky Way Galaxy is rising […]
September all times AEST 1st Mars is setting just after the Sun now on it’s was to conjunction, on the opposite side of the Sun to Earth in Early October. […]
November 6th Moon at Perigee 09:21 AEDT Perigee distance 358843.4km 8th Mars is an early morning object close to Mercury and is a very distant object Mag. 1.6 Dist. 383,731,208km. […]
December 4th Partial Eclipse of the Sun. Just a small arc of the Sun will be covered by the Moon at 20:10AEDT. […]
February 4th Moon at Perigee 6.07 AEDT, 370119.3 km. 10th The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) reaches highest altitude about 9.30pm AEDT atmgnitude 0.28. The LMC is a spiral galaxy in […]
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