Sky Maps > Spacecraft > Rosetta Spacecraft
Right Ascension: 19h 24m 34s
Declination: -26° 52’ 37” (J2000)
Sun dist: 645104405 km [ km/s] Earth dist: 703144871 km [ km/s]
Constellation: Sgr Magnitude: N.A.
The chart covers an area of 45x30 arc minutes, which is roughly equivalent of full Moon's apparent size.
A high precision photographic sky map showing the position of Rosetta Spacecraft in real time.
List of bright objects (stars brighter than magnitude 9.0 and galaxies brighter than magmitude 14.0) close to Rosetta Spacecraft (less than 1.5 degrees):
|Star||HIP 94825||8.9574||19h 17m 40s||-27° 15’ 13”|
|Star||HIP 95075||8.7252||19h 20m 36s||-27° 59’ 57”|
|Star||HIP 95114||8.2518||19h 20m 58s||-25° 31’ 57”|
|Star||HIP 95177||7.1304||19h 21m 44s||-26° 09’ 58”|
|Star||HIP 95288||8.0542||19h 23m 09s||-25° 28’ 17”|
|Star||HIP 95386||8.9884||19h 24m 14s||-27° 50’ 41”|
|Star||HIP 95408||6.0352||19h 24m 30s||-27° 51’ 57”|
|Star||HIP 95604||7.742||19h 26m 42s||-26° 19’ 06”|
|Star||HIP 95606||8.4666||19h 26m 44s||-25° 35’ 01”|
|Star||HIP 95865||5.3242||19h 29m 52s||-26° 59’ 07”|
|Star||HIP 95882||8.1518||19h 30m 01s||-27° 20’ 50”|
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Please note: we aim to provide high quality data obtained from the JPL Horizons ephemeris service. Please keep in mind that for objects like comets, there might be high discrepancies between the magnitude information we are showing here and the actual value. This happens because comets' magnitude is highly influenced by physical phenomena which can be hardly modelled and calculated in advance.