IAAS

The International Association for Astronomical Studies

March 2020
At-A-Glance

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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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  • The Moon passes 0.1° south of asteroid Vesta
  • 2
  • First Quarter Moon
  • Neptune is in conjunction with the Sun
  • 3
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    5
    6
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    8
  • Daylight Saving Time begins for most of the U.S. at 2 a.m. local
  • 9
  • Full Moon
  • Venus passes 2° north of Uranus
  • Mercury is stationary
  • 10
  • The Moon is at Perigee
  • 11
    12
    13
    14
  • Asteroid Euterpe is at opposition
  • 15
    16
  • Last Quarter Moon
  • 17
    18
  • The Moon passes 0.7° south of Mars
  • The Moon passes 1.5° south of Jupiter
  • The Moon passes 0.9° south of Pluto
  • The Moon passes 2° south of Saturn
  • 19
  • The Vernal equinox occurs at 11:50 p.m. EDT
  • 20
  • Mars passes 0.7° south of Jupiter
  • Mars is in conjunction with Jupiter
  • 21
  • The Moon passes 4° south of Mercury
  • 22
    23
  • Mercury is at greatest western elongation (28°)
  • 24
  • New Moon
  • The Moon is at Apogee
  • Venus is at greatest eastern elongation (46°)
  • 25
    26
  • The Moon passes 4° south of Uranus
  • 27
    28
  • The Moon passes 7° south of Venus
  • 29
  • The Moon passes 0.2° south of asteroid Vesta
  • 30
    31
  • Mars passes 0.9° south of Saturn
  • Mars is in conjunction with Saturn
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