Updated on November 15, 2022
Mercury - Not Visible
Venus - Not Visible
Mars - is best viewed after midnight.
Jupiter - Is best viewed in the night sky
Saturn - Is best viewed in the night sky.
Uranus - is best viewed before midnight.
Neptune - is best viewed before midnight.
Full Moon occurs on November 8th, at 0302 PST, 1102 U.T.
Last Quarter Moon occurs on November 16th at 0527 PST, 1327 U.T.
New Moon occurs on November 23rd at 1457 PST, 2257 U.T.
First Quarter Moon occurs on November 30th at 0636 PST, 1436 U.T.
Notable Events and Facts
As Pegasus is riding high in the sky in November, the star southeast (bottom most) corner of the Great Square is Algenib, Aribic for "the Side". This hot, blue-white naked eye start is a magnitude 2.8 and is located 350 light years away from our Sun. This Double Star emits 4,000 time more light than our Sun.
November 8 - Full Moon
- Uranus 0.8° South of Moon, occultation.
- Total Lunar Eclipse
November 9 - Uranus at opposition
November 11 - Mars 2° South of Moon
November 12 - North Taurid meteors peak
November 16 - Last Quarter Moon
November19 - Mercury at aphelion
November 21 - Venus at descending node
November 23 - New Moon
November 24 - Jupiter Stationary
November 26 - Moon at perigee (362,826 km)
November 29 - Saturn 4° North of Moon
November 30 - First Quarter Moon
As of July 2022