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View on the horizon tonight July 20th at approximately 9 p.m. In Leo: Regulus, the Moon (little sickle), Venus, Mars and Mercury
It’s hard to frame them all in the same shot for several reasons:
– very low on the horizon
A clear horizon is necessary. At 20.50 Venus will be only 10 degrees higher on the horizon, and the others will also gradually tend lower.
Luminous part: 0.962
Distance: 2.322692159 au
Distance: 347,469,801 km
Distance from the Sun: 1.653167393 au
Distance from the Sun: 247,310,322 km
Speed: 22.2 km / s
Standing angle: 13.5
Pole inclination: 24.5
Solar tilt: 25.1
Luminous part: 0.151
Distance: 54,514,615 km
Distance from the Sun: 0.727613028 au
Distance from the Sun: 108,849,360 km
Speed: 34.8 km / s
Standing angle: 19.0
Pole inclination: 3.6
Solar inclination: 1.9
Data collected by Cartes Du Ciel.
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