Today’s Astronomical Events – September 14th, 2014

The waning gibbous Moon appears south of M45, the Pleiades open star cluster. The cluster appears as the tiny grouping of stars close to the Moon and is well worth a look through binoculars. The orange star Aldebaran marks the eye of Taurus the Bull.

These images depict the sky at approximately 2 a.m. local time.

(Click on an image to enlarge.)

Images Courtesy of Mobile Observatory.

 

 

02:24 UT – The waning gibbous Moon passes south of M45, the Pleiades open star cluster. (Taurus, pre-dawn sky.)

 

 

Events in bold involve objects and/or events that are easily visible with the naked eye.

All times are in Universal Time (UTC). To convert the time to your timezone, click here.

 

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