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Night starts/ends at nautical twilight.

Results shown for Other Site latitude = 32.5413, longitude = -105.

Colored text indicates a part of the transit that is during daylight, or a transit at elevation less than the user-specified limits, or that the Moon is relatively full and close to the target.

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Local evening date Name V or Kepler mag Start—
Mid
—End
Duration BJDTDB start-mid-end Elev. at start, mid, end % of transit (baseline) observable,
Suggested obs. start, end
Az. at start, mid, end HA at start, mid, end RA & Dec (J2000) Period (days) Depth (ppt)
Mon. 2020-08-17

Nautical twilight
20:38 – 05:29 (MST7MDT)

Kepler-699 b
Finding charts: Annotated, SkyMap;
Info: Exoplanets.org, Simbad, Gaia DR2, TIC, VSX, Vizier phot.;
Airmass plot, ACP plan
15.48
 

Moon 1% @116°
18:43
20:50
22:56 ±0:01
4:12 9079.530
9079.618
9079.706
39°
63°,
  81°

55% (50%)
20:38—23:56
60°, 
62°,
-4.3,  
-2.2,
  -0.1

19:47:33.17
+41:23:45.9
 
27.81 28.0

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