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This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your maps of the night sky for July and August.

READING THE CHARTS
The star charts shos the stars and constellations visible in the night sky for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Adelaide and Perth for
July and August at about 7.30pm (local standard time). For Darwin and similar northerly locations, the chart will still apply, but some stars will be lost off the southern edge while extra stars will be visible to the north. Stars down to a brightness or magnitude limit of 4.5 are shown on the star charts.

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your maps of the night sky for May and June.

HIGHLIGHTS IN MAY 2019

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your maps of the night sky for March and April.

HIGHLIGHTS IN MARCH 2019

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your maps of the night sky for January and February.

HIGHLIGHTS IN JANUARY 2019

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your map of the night sky this month.

HIGHLIGHTS IN NOVEMBER 2018

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your map of the night sky this month.

HIGHLIGHTS IN SEPTEMBER 2018

The spring equinox occurs on the 23rd of September, which marks the movement of the sun over the equator from the northern to the southern part of the

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your map of the night sky this month.

HIGHLIGHTS IN JULY 2018

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your map of the night sky this month.

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your map of the night sky this month.

This Month's Star Chart

By Sydney Observatory

Your map of the night sky this month.