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Uranus' Poles Side OnVenus Apparitions

A.9 Mercury Apparitions (6 every year; occur at dusk/dawn)

Mercury is at greatest eastern (evening) or western (morning) elongation on the following dates.

EVEN MORN EVEN MORN EVEN MORN EVEN MORN

1990 Feb 1 Apr 14 May 31 Aug 12 Sep 24 Dec 6

1991 Jan 14 Mar 28 May 13 Jul 25 Sep 8 Nov 19 Dec 28

1992 Mar 10 Apr 24 Jul 6 Aug 21 Nov 1 Dec 10

1993 Feb 21 Apr 6 Jun 18 Aug 4 Oct 14 Nov 23

1994 Feb 5 Mar 19 May 30 Jul 18 Sep 27 Nov 6

1995 Jan 19 Mar 1 May 12 Jun 30 Sep 9 Oct 21

1996 Jan 3 Feb 12 Apr 23 Jun 10 Aug 22 Oct 3 Dec 16

1997 Jan 24 Apr 6 May 23 Aug 4 Sep 17 Nov 29

1998 Jan 7 Mar 20 May 5 Jul 17 Aug 31 Nov 11 Dec 20

1999 Mar 4 Apr 17 Jun 29 Aug 15 Oct 25 Dec 3

2000 Feb 15 Mar 29 Jun 10 Jul 27 Oct 6 Nov 15

2001 Jan 29 Mar 11 May 22 Jul 10 Sep 19 Oct 30

2002 Jan 12 Feb 22 May 4 Jun 22 Sep 1 Oct 13 Dec 26

2003 Feb 4 Apr 17 Jun 3 Aug 15 Sep 27 Dec 9

2004 Jan 17 Mar 30 May 15 Jul 27 Sep 10 Nov 21 Dec 30

2005 Mar 13 Apr 27 Jul 9 Aug 24 Nov 4 Dec 13

2006 Feb 24 Apr 9 Jun 21 Aug 7 Oct 17 Nov 26

2007 Feb 8 Mar 22 Jun 2 Jul 21 Sep 30 Nov 9

2008 Jan 21 Mar 3 May 14 Jul 2 Sep 11 Oct 22

2009 Jan 1 Feb 14 Apr 26 Jun 13 Aug 25 Oct 6 Dec 19

2010 Jan 27 Apr 9 May 26 Aug 7 Sep 20 Dec 2

The cycle of Mercury apparitions repeats every 4 months (115.88 days). See BestView[Mercury, neardate].

Uranus' Poles Side OnVenus Apparitions



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