For terms in boldface, see Astronomical Terms.
|4||The Moon is at apogee.||2200|
|6||Mercury is in inferior conjunction.||0000|
|8||Venus is 1° 2' south of the Moon. Occultation of Venus by the Moon.||0400|
|8||Neptune is at opposition.||1600|
|10||Jupiter is 1° 3' north of the Moon. Occultation of Jupiter by the Moon.||0800|
|14||Antares, the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius, is 0° 4' south of the Moon. Occultation of Antares by the Moon.||1300|
|15||Mercury appears to be motionless in the sky as it moves toward its greatest elongation west of the Sun from a position east of the Sun as viewed from Earth.||1300|
|18||Neptune is 5° north of the Moon.||2300|
|19||The Moon is at perigee.||0600|
|20||Uranus is 2° north of the Moon.||1200|
|23||Mercury is at its greatest elongation, at 18° west of the Sun.||2300|
|25||Mars is 6° south of the Moon.||0700|
|31||Saturn is 5° south of the Moon.||1700|
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