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How to use the almanac: Select a location close to where you live from the pull-down menu. The almanac opens with the Universal Time (UT) and calendar date based on your computer's clock. The corresponding local date and time, day of the week, latitude, longitude and time zone are also displayed. You may enter any new date and UT between Jan. 1, 1600, and Dec. 31, 2400, then click 'Calc' to update the almanac. Clicking 'Reset' restores the almanac to the current date and time. You may also step forward or backward in time by one hour, day, or week by clicking the appropriate button above.
R.A. Dec. Magnitude Size Phase Rise Transit Set
Sun  ---
Moon 
Mercury
Venus
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Key to the table: The coordinates of right ascension (R.A.) and declination (Dec.) give the object's position on the celestial sphere for the equinox of date. Next are listed the apparent visual magnitude; angular size in arcseconds (arcminutes for the Sun and Moon); percentage of the disk illuminated by sunlight (phase); and, for the specified location, the local times of the object's rising, transiting (appearing highest in the sky), and setting.

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