IAAS

The International Association for Astronomical Studies

July 2018
At-A-Glance

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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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  • Asteroid Vesta is stationary
  • 2
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  • The Moon passes 5° south of Uranus
  • 4
  • Last Quarter Moon
  • The Moon passes 1.2° north of asteroid Juno
  • 5
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  • The Moon passes 1.1° north of Aldebaran
  • 7
  • Uranus is stationary
  • Asteroid Pallas is in conjunction with the Sun
  • 8
  • Mercury is in inferior conjunction
  • 9
    10
  • The Moon is at Perigee
  • 11
  • New Moon
  • A partial solar eclipse occurs over northern Canada, northern Europe and parts of Asia
  • 12
  • The Perseids meteor shower peaks
  • 13
  • The Northern Delta Aquarids meteor shower peaks
  • 14
  • The Moon passes 6° north of Venus
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  • 17
  • The Moon passes 5° north of Jupiter
  • Venus is at greatest eastern elongation (46°)
  • 18
  • First Quarter Moon
  • Mercury is stationary
  • 19
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  • The Moon passes 2° north of Saturn
  • 22
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  • 23
  • The Moon is at Apogee
  • The Moon passes 7° north of Mars
  • 24
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  • Full Moon
  • Mercury is at greatest western elongation (18°)
  • 27
  • The Moon passes 2° south of Neptune
  • 28
  • Mars is stationary
  • 29
    30
  • The Moon passes 5° south of Uranus
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