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Planet Summary

Year Month Day Time      

MercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto
Right ascension7h 10m 26.1s8h 43m 56.6s20h 49m 31.3s14h 46m 15.2s18h 26m 17.6s1h 57m 48.3s23h 10m 50.1s19h 27m 34.8s
Declination24° 26' 38"20° 10' 24"-22° 10' 40"-14° 50' 48"-22° 26' 15"11° 27' 58"-6° 18' 59"-21° 42' 27"
Range (AU)1.1851.1340.4944.6419.05520.40429.69432.635
Elongation from Sun16.7°38.7°140.4°134.3°173.2°58.0°103.1°159.1°
Brightness-0.6-3.9-1.8-2.20.15.97.914.2
Equatorial Diameter5.68"14.72"18.95"42.47"18.35"3.45"2.30"0.10"
Phase Angle54.2°61.8°26.9°7.7°0.7°2.5°1.9°0.6°
ConstellationGeminiCancerCapricornusLibraSagittariusAriesAquariusSagittarius
Meridian transit13:5715:3203:4021:3401:1808:4806:0102:19
Rises05:5107:5223:2716:4521:0601:5600:3122:02
Sets22:0223:1007:5002:2705:2515:4011:3106:31
Altitude10.9°22.6°-25.0°25.7°-2.9°-30.0°-35.1°-11.4°
Azimuth294.8°275.3°95.8°166.8°121.4°359.8°53.7°109.9°
Inferior Conjunction2018-Apr-01
2018-Aug-08
2017-Mar-25
2018-Oct-26
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Opposition--2016-May-22
2018-Jul-27
2018-May-08
2019-Jun-10
2017-Jun-15
2018-Jun-27
2017-Oct-19
2018-Oct-23
2017-Sep-05
2018-Sep-07
2017-Jul-10
2018-Jul-12
Superior Conjunction2018-Jun-05
2018-Sep-20
2018-Jan-09
2019-Aug-14
2017-Jul-26
2019-Sep-02
2017-Oct-26
2018-Nov-26
2017-Dec-21
2019-Jan-02
2018-Apr-18
2019-Apr-22
2018-Mar-04
2019-Mar-06
2018-Jan-09
2019-Jan-11
Max. eastern elongation2018-Mar-15
2018-Jul-12
2017-Jan-12
2018-Aug-17
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Max. western elongation2018-Apr-29
2018-Aug-26
2017-Jun-03
2019-Jan-06
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Perihelion2018-Jun-06
2018-Sep-02
2018-May-15
2018-Dec-26
2016-Oct-29
2018-Sep-16
2011-Mar-17
2023-Jan-20
2003-Jul-26
2032-Nov-28
1966-May-21
2050-Aug-16
1876-Aug-26
2042-Sep-03
1989-Sep-05
2237-Sep-15
Aphelion2018-Apr-23
2018-Jul-20
2018-Jan-23
2018-Sep-05
2017-Oct-07
2019-Aug-25
2017-Feb-17
2028-Dec-27
2018-Apr-17
2047-Jul-15
2009-Feb-26
2092-Nov-22
1959-Jul-17
2125-Dec-01
1866-Jun-04
2114-Feb-19
 

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