Sat, Oct 31 at 2:39 pm - Sun, Nov 1 at 10:31 am
19 hours, 52 minutes
Visible tonight, Oct 31 – Nov 1, 2020
|Mercury:||↓ Sat 3:35 pm||↑ Sun 7:49 am|
|Venus:||↓ Sat 4:28 pm||↑ Sun 4:25 am|
|Mars:||↑ Sat 3:51 pm||↓ Sun 6:24 am|
|Neptune:||↑ Sat 4:37 pm||↓ Sun 2:11 am|
Tonight's Sky in Nuussuaq, Oct 31 – Nov 1, 2020 (5 planets visible)
Mercury rise and set in Nuussuaq
Fairly close to the Sun. Visible around sunrise and sunset only.
Mercury is just 12 degrees from the Sun in the sky, so it is difficult to see.
Sat, Oct 31 ↓3:35 pm
Sun, Nov 1 ↑7:49 am
Venus rise and set in Nuussuaq
View before sunrise.
Venus can best be seen in the hours just before sunrise. Visibility deteriorates as the sky gets brighter. Venus is visible by day, but may be hard to find.
Sat, Oct 31 ↓4:28 pm
Sun, Nov 1 ↑4:25 am
Mars rise and set in Nuussuaq
After sunset and most of the night.
Mars is visible during most of the night, but it is best viewed in the late evening hours after sunset.
Sat, Oct 31 ↑3:51 pm
Sun, Nov 1 ↓6:24 am
Uranus rise and set in Nuussuaq
Up almost all night. Bring binoculars.
Uranus is roughly in the opposite direction of the Sun in the sky, and is, therefore, visible most of the night. This is the best time of the year to view the planet. You may need binoculars.
Neptune rise and set in Nuussuaq
View in the night Use binoculars.
Neptune can be seen for more than 9 hours during the night. Very faint, use binoculars.
Sat, Oct 31 ↑4:37 pm
Sun, Nov 1 ↓2:11 am
Planets Visible in Nuussuaq
|Planetrise/Planetset, Sat, Oct 31, 2020|
|Mercury||Sat 8:02 am||Sat 3:35 pm||Sat 11:47 am||Very difficult to see|
|Venus||Sat 4:18 am||Sat 4:28 pm||Sat 10:25 am||Good visibility|
|Mars||Sat 3:51 pm||Sun 6:24 am||Sat 11:07 pm||Perfect visibility|
|Jupiter||Down all day||Sat 5:37 pm||Down all night, not visible|
|Saturn||Down all day||Sat 5:58 pm||Down all night, not visible|
|Uranus||Sat 2:10 pm||Sun 10:50 am||Sun 12:30 am||Average visibility|
|Neptune||Sat 4:37 pm||Sun 2:11 am||Sat 9:24 pm||Difficult to see|