Sun, Moon, and Stars: April 2000

Updated February 21, 2017 | Factmonster Staff
Sun, Moon & Stars
Movement of the heavenly bodies: April, 2000


Celestial links
·  Visibility of the Planets
·  Sunrise/Sunset, Moonrise/Moonset times
·  Equinoxes and Solstices
·  Eclipses in 2000
·  Astronomical terms
·  Calendar 2000



April Calendar



2Mercury is 1 degree 6 minutes north of the Moon.12007 am
3Venus is 3 degrees north of the Moon.06001 am
4NEW MOON18001 pm
6Mars is 5 degrees north of the Moon.10005 am
6Jupiter is 4 degrees north of the Moon.11006 am
6Saturn is 3 degrees north of the Moon.21004 pm
6Mars is 1 degree 1 minute north of Jupiter.23006 pm
8The Moon is at its perigee, or closest point to Earth in its monthly orbit.22005 pm
11 FIRST QUARTER14009 am
16Mars is 2 degrees north of Saturn.23006 pm
18 FULL MOON18001 pm
24The Moon is at its apogee, or farthest point from Earth in its monthly orbit.12007 am
26Neptune is 1 degree 0 minutes north of the Moon. The planet is occulted, or hidden from view, by the moon.18001 pm
26 LAST QUARTER19002 pm
27Uranus is 1 degree 3 minutes north of the Moon.22005 pm
28Mercury is 0 degrees 3 minutes south of Venus.09004 am




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