Diary of Astronomical Phenomena

All times are local, including one hour daylight
savings time (when appropriate), topocentric to
mid-Norfolk in Eastern England.

June

dd hh
01 04 Neptune 1.0° north of the Moon
02 04 Moon at ascending node
02 08 Moon at perigee (368108 km)
02 23 Mars 1.3° south of the Moon
04 16 Venus at superior conjunction
06 14 New Moon
07 18 Moon furthest north (geocentric declination +28.4°)
09 03 Castor 6.0° north of the Moon
09 08 Pollux 2.4° north of the Moon
10 09 Beehive Cluster 2.8° south of the Moon
12 06 Regulus 2.3° south of the Moon
13 17 Mercury at perihelion
14 06 First quarter Moon
14 15 Moon at apogee (404078 km)
14 17 Mercury at superior conjunction
15 21 Moon at descending node
16 19 Spica 0.4° south of the Moon
20 12 Antares occulted by the Moon
20 22 Summer Solstice
22 02 Full Moon
22 04 Moon furthest south (geocentric declination -28.4°)
27 12 Moon at perigee (369292 km)
27 17 Saturn 0.5° north of the Moon
28 11 Neptune occulted by the Moon
28 19 Mercury 4.7° south of Pollux
28 23 Last quarter Moon
29 05 Moon at ascending node