Astronomy Information for March 2021 | Harrowsmith Magazine

Astronomy for March 2021

See what is in the Sky in March 2021.

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Mar 6 Last-quarter moon; Mercury max elongation (27.3 degrees – morn)
Mar 7 Mars between Pleiades and Hydes star clusters
Mar 11 Sun enters Pisces
Mar 13 New moon
Mar 14 Daylight time begins at 2 a.m. local time
Mar 19 Gemini (Caster and Pollux) in meridian at 9 p.m.
Mar 20 Vernal equinox at 05:27; Cancer and Beehive star cluster on meridian at 10
Mar 21 First Quarter Moon
Mar 22 Civil twilight ends at about 8 p.m.
Mar 28 Full moon

Robert Dick
Robert Dick

One of Canada’s foremost writers and educators on astronomical topics, the Almanac has benefited from Robert’s expertise since its inception. Robert is passionate about reducing light pollution and promoting science literacy. He has been an astronomy instructor for our astronauts and he ensures that our section on sunrise and sunset, stargazing, and celestial events is so detailed and extensive it is almost like its own almanac.

Posted on Monday, March 1st, 2021
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