5 hours, 13 minutes
Wed, Feb 1 at 11:10 pm – Thu, Feb 2 at 4:23 am
Visible tonight, Feb 1 – Feb 2, 2023
|Mercury:||↓ Wed 11:32 pm||↑ Thu 12:32 am|
|Venus:||Until Wed 11:12 pm|
|Jupiter:||Slightly difficult to see|
|Saturn:||Until Wed 11:15 pm|
Can You Find the Faint Green Comet?
C/2022 E3 (ZTF)—a green-ish comet—may be visible in the night sky around the end of January and the beginning of February.
Tonight's Sky in Rothera Research Station, Feb 1 – Feb 2, 2023 (4 planets visible)
Mercury rise and set in Rothera Research Station
View just before sunrise.
Mercury is close to the Sun and can only be seen shortly before sunrise. Try finding a good, unobstructed view of the horizon.
Wed, Feb 1 ↓11:32 pm
Thu, Feb 2 ↑12:32 am
Venus rise and set in Rothera Research Station
Try after sunset.
Venus sets shortly after sunset, so it is very close to the horizon. This makes it very difficult to observe. Venus is visible by day, but may be hard to find.
Wed, Feb 1 ↓11:12 pm
Jupiter rise and set in Rothera Research Station
Try at night.
Can only be seen shortly, if at all, it is very close to the horizon.
Saturn rise and set in Rothera Research Station
Fairly close to the Sun. Visible only after sunset.
Saturn is just 14 degrees from the Sun in the sky, so it is difficult to see.
Wed, Feb 1 ↓11:15 pm
Planets Visible in Rothera Research Station
|Planetrise/Planetset, Wed, Feb 1, 2023|
|Mercury||Wed 12:33 am||Wed 11:32 pm||Wed 12:02 pm||Slightly difficult to see|
|Venus||Wed 7:29 am||Wed 11:12 pm||Wed 3:23 pm||Slightly difficult to see|
|Mars||Down all day||Wed 9:18 pm||Down all night, not visible|
|Jupiter||Thu 11:15 am||Thu 10:57 pm||Thu 5:06 pm||Slightly difficult to see|
|Saturn||Wed 6:04 am||Wed 11:15 pm||Wed 2:40 pm||Extremely difficult to see|
|Uranus||Thu 4:19 pm||Thu 10:43 pm||Thu 7:31 pm||Not visible|
|Neptune||Thu 9:40 am||Thu 11:00 pm||Thu 4:20 pm||Not visible|