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Planet Summary

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MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Right ascension16h 55m 59.8s19h 37m 38.0s15h 24m 58.8s21h 52m 49.1s20h 46m 28.6s2h 36m 8.0s23h 25m 25.9s19h 48m 22.3s
Declination-23° 52' 45"-24° 9' 31"-18° 31' 10"-13° 58' 18"-18° 48' 7"14° 49' 56"-4° 58' 35"-22° 49' 51"
Range (AU)1.4470.4062.4715.19410.43418.87629.77235.136
Elongation from Sun3.3°39.9°18.8°73.2°56.6°148.9°97.7°42.5°
Brightness-1.0-4.61.6-2.10.75.77.914.4
Equatorial Diameter4.65"41.11"3.79"37.96"15.93"3.73"2.29"0.09"
Phase Angle6.9°119.0°11.7°10.9°4.8°1.5°1.9°1.1°
ConstellationOphiuchusSagittariusLibraCapricornusCapricornusAriesAquariusSagittarius
Meridian transit13:0515:4411:3217:5816:5122:4019:3015:53
Rises05:5908:3904:4311:2310:0317:1913:1808:53
Sets20:1122:4818:2100:3623:4004:0401:4522:54
Altitude-32.2°-28.2°-28.1°-16.3°-24.1°23.4°-3.1°-28.3°
Azimuth164.6°207.2°139.8°241.1°225.5°307.2°262.1°210.4°
Inferior Conjunction2021-Oct-10
2022-Jan-23
2020-Jun-04
2022-Jan-09
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Opposition--2020-Oct-14
2022-Dec-08
2021-Aug-20
2022-Sep-27
2021-Aug-02
2022-Aug-15
2021-Nov-05
2022-Nov-09
2021-Sep-14
2022-Sep-17
2021-Jul-18
2022-Jul-20
Superior Conjunction2021-Nov-29
2022-Apr-03
2021-Mar-26
2022-Oct-23
2021-Oct-08
2023-Nov-18
2021-Jan-29
2022-Mar-06
2021-Jan-24
2022-Feb-05
2021-May-01
2022-May-05
2021-Mar-11
2022-Mar-13
2021-Jan-15
2022-Jan-17
Max. eastern elongation2021-Sep-14
2022-Jan-07
2021-Oct-30
2023-Jun-04
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Max. western elongation2021-Oct-25
2022-Feb-17
2020-Aug-13
2022-Mar-20
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Perihelion2021-Oct-20
2022-Jan-16
2021-Jun-13
2022-Jan-23
2020-Aug-03
2022-Jun-21
2011-Mar-18
2023-Jan-20
2003-Jul-27
2032-Nov-29
1966-May-22
2050-Aug-17
1876-Aug-26
2042-Sep-03
1989-Sep-05
2237-Sep-16
Aphelion2021-Dec-03
2022-Mar-01
2021-Oct-03
2022-May-15
2021-Jul-13
2023-May-31
2017-Feb-17
2028-Dec-28
2018-Apr-17
2047-Jul-15
2009-Feb-27
2092-Nov-23
1959-Jul-17
2125-Dec-02
1866-Jun-05
2114-Feb-19
 

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