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published by the Sky Publishing Corporation
Teachers and students can use this site to find out the lunar phase, sunrise & sunset times, Morning and Evening planets currently visible, flyby times of the ISS over their heads, even pull up current star charts for their location.  They can set the date into the future or past to research conditions for a given time or even a variety of locations.
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- Fundamentals
= Night Sky
- Informal Education
- Lower Undergraduate
- High School
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© 2003 Sky Publishing Corporation
Night Sky, Sunset, moon phase
Record Creator:
Metadata Instance Creation Date October 12, 2003 by Kathleen Lowry
Record Updated:
October 15, 2006 by Chris Irwin
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(Sky Publishing Corporation, Cambridge, 2003), WWW Document, (
Observing Almanac, (Sky Publishing Corporation, Cambridge, 2003), <>.
APA Format
Observing Almanac. (2003). Retrieved December 9, 2019, from Sky Publishing Corporation:
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Sky Publishing Corporation. Observing Almanac. Cambridge: Sky Publishing Corporation, 2003. (accessed 9 December 2019).
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Observing Almanac. Cambridge: Sky Publishing Corporation, 2003. 9 Dec. 2019 <>.
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