This week's sky at a glance
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This Week’s Sky At a Glance
The Planets This Month
(in order of appearance)
Planetary positions in Yakima for April 1st.
New Moon is April 18th.
Meteor Showers: Lyrid shower is April 23rd
Sunrise on April 1st is at 6:42 am.
Sunset on April 1st is at 7:31 pm.
Mercury rises bright in the East at 6:37 am.
Neptune rises dim in the East at 5:37 am.
Saturn rises bright in the East at 11:54 pm.
Jupiter is bright in the Southsoutheast at Sunset.
Venus is high in the West at Sunset.
Mars is lower in the West at Sunset.
Uranus sets dim in the West shortly after Sunset.
Note: Exact rise & set times depend on your horizon.
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