Astronomical

Astronomical Times for COE (30.891, -97.4265)
Starting 17 Sep 2020, for the next 10 days
DateMorningSunriseSunsetEveningMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
TwilightTwilight
17 Sep 202005:4307:1419:3221:0107:2120:08day 29 of Moon
18 Sep 202005:4407:1519:3121:0008:2920:46
19 Sep 202005:4407:1519:3020:5909:3921:24
20 Sep 202005:4507:1619:2920:5810:4822:04day 3 of Moon
21 Sep 202005:4507:1619:2720:5611:5722:47
22 Sep 202005:4607:1719:2620:5513:0523:36
23 Sep 202005:4707:1819:2520:5414:09Noneday 6 of Moon
24 Sep 202005:4707:1819:2320:5215:0800:28
25 Sep 202005:4807:1919:2220:5116:0101:24
26 Sep 202005:4807:1919:2120:5016:4702:22day 9 of Moon

Planetary Data for today
MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Rises09:0604:0021:1115:5016:2021:3519:1516:12
Meridian14:4510:4003:2620:5521:2804:0901:0121:17
Sets20:2517:2109:4101:5602:3310:4406:4702:18
ConstellationVirgoCancerPiscesSagittariusSagittariusAriesAquariusSagittarius

Visible ISS Passes
ISS image. Credit: NASA
DateBrightnessStartHighest pointEnd
(mag)TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
16 Sep-3.220:44:0310°WSW20:47:2156°NW20:49:5216°NNE
17 Sep-3.819:56:3910°SW19:59:5870°SE20:03:2010°NE
17 Sep-0.621:35:5610°NW21:37:0711°NNW21:38:1110°NNW
18 Sep-1.020:47:0810°W20:49:3118°NW20:51:5510°N
19 Sep-1.819:59:0010°WSW20:02:0029°NW20:05:0010°NNE
21 Sep-0.720:03:0710°NW20:04:1511°NNW20:05:2310°NNW

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