IAAS

The International Association for Astronomical Studies

June 2019
At-A-Glance

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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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  • The Moon passes 3° south of Venus
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  • New Moon
  • 4
  • The Moon passes 4° south of Mercury
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  • The Moon passes 1.6° south of Mars
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  • The Moon is at Perigee, 228,978 miles from Earth
  • 8
  • The Arietids Meteor Shower peaks
  • 9
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  • First Quarter Moon
  • Jupiter is at opposition
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  • The Zeta Perseids Meteor Shower peaks
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  • The June Lyrids Meteor Shower peaks
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  • The Moon passes 2° north of Jupiter
  • 17
  • Full Moon
  • Venus passes 5° north of Aldebaran
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  • Mercury passes 0.2° north of Mars
  • The Moon passes 0.4° south of Saturn
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  • The Moon passes 0.07° south of Pluto
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  • The Summer Solstice occurs at 11:54 a.m. EDT
  • Mercury passes 6° south of Pollux
  • Neptune is stationary
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  • The Moon is at Apogee, 251,375 miles from Earth
  • Mars passes 6° south of Pollux
  • Mercury is at greatest eastern elongation (25°)
  • The Moon passes 4° south of Neptune
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  • Last Quarter Moon
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  • The Moon passes 5° south of Uranus
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  • The June Boötids Meteor Shower peaks
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