NOTE: All times are given for the EASTERN
TIME ZONE (Standard or Daylight as
applicable). Subtract 1 hour for Central
hours for Mountain Time, and 3 hours
for Pacific Time. For example, a
listed time of 12:00 p.m. (noon) Eastern Time, is 11 a.m. Central, 10
a.m. Mountain, and 9 a.m. Pacific. Please adjust accordingly, or for
your time in other time zones.
Some events occur during daylight hours and/or when the objects are not
currently in the sky. In those cases, you may be able to observe before
dawn or after dark. Some events with little chance of observing have
been removed. Information derived from a variety of sources.
for this calendar has been derived from a number of sources including
the Observer's Handbook 2011 of the Royal Astronomical Society of
Canada, Starry Night software, and others. Only events with a
reasonable possibility for Northern Hemisphere observers, or those
events with some other significance, are given.]
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