|Neptune at opposition in Aquarius.
||Full (Harvest) Moon at 3:03am EDT.
||Mercury and Regulus are less than 1 degree apart. Look very low in the East 40 minutes before sunrise.
||Mercury at Greatest Western (Morning) Elongation.
Aldebaran occulted by the Moon. Event run from 8:59 to 10:08am EDT.
||Last Quarter Moon at 2:25am EDT.
||Mercury and Mars are a fraction of a degree apart. Look very low in the East 40 minutes before sunrise.
||Look low in the East 40 minutes before sunrise to see an alignment of (horizon upward) Mercury, Mars, Regulus, Venus, and a thin waning crescent Moon.
||A very thin waning crescent Moon has moved between Mercury/Mars and Regulus/Venus
||New Moon at 1:30am EDT
Venus and Regulus are less than 1 degree apart. Look East an hour before sunrise.
||Autumnal Equinox at 4:02pm EDT
||Saturn appears below a wide waxing crescent Moon tonight.
||First Quarter Moon at 10:54pm EDT.
makes a very favorable morning appearance, reaching Greatest Western
Elongation on the 12th. On the mornings of the 14th through 18th look for a close
conjunction with Mars.
shines brightly in the morning sky, rising 2 hours before the sun and moving from
Cancer into Leo. Look for a close pass-by of Regulus on the mornings of the 19th
reappears in the morning sky around mid-month after a July 27 conjunction with
the sun, Look for an extremely close pair-up with Mercury on the 16th.
, in Virgo, is rapidly fading from view in the WSW evening sky.
shines in Ophiuchus, high above the West horizon after sunset.