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Here is the evening sky scene for Thursday evening, October 19.
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The Moon went less than a degree south of Neptune on October 3, occulting it for Antarctica and New Zealand; and tomorrow, a day past Full, will go more widely (4 degrees) south of Uranus, which will be at opposition on October 19.
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Jupiter is now low in the evening sky,
As summer ends, the Summer Triangle tilts over toward the west.
This moment, when the eighth planet is 180 degrees from the Sun, comes on Tuesday September 5 at 5h by Universal Time. For American time zones, that is late tomorrow, Monday.
The Moon touched the Sun: