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Planets Visible in the Night Sky in Aasiaat, Greenland (Ausiait)

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Visible tonight, Jul 14 – Jul 15, 2024

Mercury: ↓ Mon 1:34 am ↑ Mon 7:14 am
Venus: ↓ Mon 2:46 am ↑ Mon 4:05 am
Mars: ↓ Sun 8:41 pm ↑ Mon 12:23 am
Jupiter: Perfect visibility
Saturn: ↑ Mon 1:18 am ↓ Mon 11:22 am
Uranus: ↓ Sun 8:59 pm ↑ Mon 12:08 am
Neptune: ↓ Sun 12:55 pm ↑ Mon 1:05 am
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Recurrent Nova Due to Erupt

Sometime in the next few months, T Coronae Borealis—also known as T CrB or the Blaze Star—might appear briefly in the constellation Corona Borealis as a ‘new’ star. Show Corona Borealis in the Night Sky Map below, or read more about the Blaze Star.

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Tonight's Sky in Aasiaat, Jul 14 – Jul 15, 2024 (2 planets visible)

Venus rise and set in Aasiaat

Up some of the night.

Venus is visible for a short time during the polar night. Venus is visible by day, but may be hard to find.

Mon, Jul 15 ↓2:46 am
Mon, Jul 15 ↑4:05 am

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Jupiter rise and set in Aasiaat

Up all night.

Jupiter is up all of the polar night.

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Planets Visible in Aasiaat

 Planetrise/Planetset, Sun, Jul 14, 2024
MercuryMon 7:14 amTue 1:26 amMon 4:23 pmNot visible
VenusMon 4:05 amTue 2:31 amMon 3:25 pmSlightly difficult to see
MarsMon 12:23 amMon 8:45 pmMon 10:32 amNot visible
JupiterUp all daySun 11:38 amPerfect visibility
SaturnMon 1:18 amMon 11:22 amMon 6:20 amNot visible
UranusMon 12:08 amMon 8:56 pmMon 10:32 amNot visible
NeptuneMon 1:05 amMon 12:51 pmMon 6:58 amNot visible