Your guide to the Solar System and the night sky
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🌎  Observing from: Greenwich, United Kingdom [change]

Major Solar System Objects

Visibility from selected location  = visible to the naked eye
 = binocular, brighter than 10th magnitude
= current altitude ≥ 30°   = current altitude < 30°   = below the horizon
Location: Greenwich, United Kingdom [change]

The Sun

R.A: 21h 19m 23s   Dec: -15° 37’ 04”
Magnitude -26.8 in Capricornus   object currently below the horizon

The Moon

R.A: 10h 11m 55s   Dec: +15° 37’ 48”
Magnitude -12.3 fading in Leo   current altitude less than 30 degrees above the horizon

Venus

Venus
Venus is visible to the naked eye
R.A: 22h 59m 21s   Dec: -07° 59’ 33”
Magnitude -3.9 in Aquarius   current altitude less than 30 degrees above the horizon

Jupiter

Jupiter
Jupiter is visible to the naked eye
R.A: 00h 27m 00s   Dec: +01° 39’ 14”
Magnitude -2.2 fading in Cetus   current altitude less than 30 degrees above the horizon

Mercury

Mercury
Mercury is visible to the naked eye
R.A: 19h 41m 32s   Dec: -21° 34’ 59”
Magnitude -0.1 brightening in Sagittarius   object currently below the horizon

Mars

Mars
Mars is visible to the naked eye
R.A: 04h 37m 32s   Dec: +24° 45’ 46”
Magnitude -0.1 fading in Taurus   current altitude greater than 30 degrees above the horizon

Saturn

Saturn
Saturn is visible to the naked eye
R.A: 21h 55m 37s   Dec: -13° 56’ 59”
Magnitude 0.9 in Capricornus   object currently below the horizon

Uranus

Uranus
Uranus is visible to the naked eye
R.A: 02h 49m 25s   Dec: +15° 55’ 28”
Magnitude 5.8 in Aries   current altitude greater than 30 degrees above the horizon

Neptune

Neptune
Neptune is brighter than mag 10
R.A: 23h 37m 50s   Dec: -03° 40’ 17”
Magnitude 7.8 in Aquarius   current altitude less than 30 degrees above the horizon