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July

For terms in boldface, see Astronomical Terms.
DayPhenomenonHour
5Earth is at aphelion.0500
6NEW MOON1200
7Mercury is 1° 6' south of Venus.0800
8Mercury is 5° south of the Moon.1800
8The Moon is at apogee.1800
8Venus is 3° south of the Moon.1900
9Mercury is at its greatest elongation, at 26° east of the Sun.0300
13Jupiter is 0° 8' north of the Moon. Occultation of Jupiter by the Moon.1800
14FIRST QUARTER1500
18Antares, the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius, is 0° 6' south of the Moon. Occultation of Antares by the Moon.0400
21FULL MOON1100
21The moon is at perigee.2000
22Mercury appears to be motionless in the sky as it moves from its greatest elongation east of the Sun back toward a position west of the Sun as viewed from Earth.0500
22Neptune is 4° north of the Moon.1300
22Venus is 1° 2' north of Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation Leo.1500
23Saturn is in conjunction with the Sun.1700
24Uranus is 2° north of the Moon.0300
27Mars is 4° south of the Moon.2000
28LAST QUARTER0300

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