The outermost circle represents the
horizon. You are in the centre, looking upward.
The curved line across the map is the ecliptic, the path which the Sun and planets follow across the sky.
Morning view is 4 AM DST. Evening view is 10 PM DST (Atlanta local time). New maps weekly.
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An ephemeris is a table of astronomical
data, such as rise and
See the help files for more information on how to use them.
Ephemeris of Venus
Ephemeris of Mars
Ephemeris of Mercury
Ephemeris of Jupiter
Ephemeris of Saturn
Ephemeris of Moon
Note for ephemeris data: Magnitude (Mag) is the brightness of an object.
The lower the number, the brighter the object.
To convert GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time, go here.
||July 19 2012
||July 26 2012
||Aug 2 2012
|Last quarter:|| 18:55
||Aug 9 2012|
Sun rise and set table for Atlanta Times
shown are Local Mean Time (LMT) for Atlanta
Note: the Sun rise/set table has not been adjusted
for Daylight Savings Time.
|Equinoxes and solstices:|
|2012 Mar 20||5:14
|2012 Jun 20||23:08
|2012 Sep 22||14:48
|2012 Dec 21||11:11
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