Current Night Sky: November 2014
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2:00 am on Sunday, November 2, for most areas of the U.S. and Canada. In accordance with the adage, "Spring Forward, Fall Back," move your clocks back one hour so that 2:00 am EDT becomes 1:00 am EST.
- Mars, SW
- Neptune, S
- Uranus, SE
- Jupiter, S
- Mercury, E
There are no comets visible brighter than magnitude 8.
The Leonid meteor shower peaks on November 17. See "What's New" for more.
|Full Moon||November 6||5:23 pm EST|
|Last Quarter Moon||November 14||10:16 am EST|
|New Moon||November 22||7:32 am EST|
|First Quarter Moon||November 29||5:06 am EST|
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