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Planets Visible in the Night Sky in San Martín Base, Antarctica

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Tue, Oct 22 at 9:21 pm - Wed, Oct 23 at 5:02 am

7 hours, 40 minutes

Visible night of Oct 22 – Oct 23, 2019

Mercury: Slightly difficult to see

Venus: ↓ Tue 11:55 pm ↑ Wed 4:54 am

Jupiter: Fairly good visibility

Saturn: Average visibility

Uranus: From Tue 9:43 pm

Neptune: Difficult to see

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Tonight's Sky in San Martín Base, Oct 22 – Oct 23, 2019 (6 planets visible)

Mercury rise and set in San Martín Base

View just after sunset.

Mercury is close to the Sun and can only be seen shortly after sunset. Try finding a good, unobstructed view of the horizon.

Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019

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Venus rise and set in San Martín Base

View just after sunset.

Venus is close to the Sun and can only be seen shortly after sunset. Try finding a good, unobstructed view of the horizon. Venus is visible by day, but may be hard to find.

Tue, Oct 22 ↓11:55 pm
Wed, Oct 23 ↑4:54 am

Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019

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Jupiter rise and set in San Martín Base

View after sunset.

Jupiter can best be seen in the hours just after sunset. Visibility improves as the sunlight fades.

Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019

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Saturn rise and set in San Martín Base

View after sunset.

Saturn can best be seen in the hours just after sunset. Visibility improves as the sunlight fades.

Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019

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Uranus rise and set in San Martín Base

Up most of the night. Bring binoculars.

Uranus is roughly in the opposite direction of the Sun, so it is visible during most of the night. It is quite close to the horizon, making it fainter because the light has to cover a larger distance when traveling through the Earth's atmosphere. Make sure to get an unobstructed view. You may need binoculars.

Tue, Oct 22 ↑9:43 pm

Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019

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Neptune rise and set in San Martín Base

View in the early morning. Use binoculars.

Neptune can be seen for more than 7 hours during the late night/early morning and until sunrise. Very faint, use binoculars.

Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019

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Planets Visible in San Martín Base

 Planetrise/Planetset, Wed, Oct 23, 2019
PlanetRiseSetMeridianComment
MercuryUp all dayTue 2:45 pmSlightly difficult to see
VenusTue 4:59 amTue 11:55 pmTue 2:24 pmFairly good visibility
MarsWed 5:22 amWed 6:57 pmWed 12:09 pmNot visible
JupiterUp all dayTue 4:48 pmFairly good visibility
SaturnUp all dayTue 6:28 pmAverage visibility
UranusTue 9:43 pmWed 5:25 amWed 1:34 amAverage visibility
NeptuneTue 3:24 pmWed 5:44 amTue 10:34 pmDifficult to see