Interstellar Light and Other Quantum Effects

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SkySlab Environmental Data

Partly Cloudy
05:4220:06 AEDT
Feels like: 18°C
Wind: 14km/h E
Humidity: 60%
Pressure: 1023mbar
UV index: 3

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Astronomical Times for SkySlab (-34.966, 149.019)
Starting 23 Jan 2020, for the next 10 days
DateMorningSunriseSunsetEveningMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
23 Jan 202004:4106:1120:1921:4904:1819:08day 28 of Moon
24 Jan 202004:4206:1220:1821:4805:1219:58
25 Jan 202004:4306:1320:1821:4806:0920:41
26 Jan 202004:4506:1520:1721:4707:0821:20day 1 of Moon
27 Jan 202004:4606:1620:1621:4608:0521:54
28 Jan 202004:4706:1720:1621:4609:0322:24
29 Jan 202004:4806:1820:1521:4509:5822:52day 4 of Moon
30 Jan 202004:4906:1920:1421:4410:5323:19
31 Jan 202004:5006:2020:1421:4411:4823:46
01 Feb 202004:5106:2120:1321:4312:43Noneday 6 of Moon

Planetary Data for today
VisibilityGoodGoodPrimeGoodGoodNot visibleGoodGood

Visible ISS Passes
ISS image. Credit: NASA
DateBrightnessStartHighest pointEnd
25 Jan-1.905:05:0812°N05:07:3525°NE05:10:2510°ESE
26 Jan-1.204:19:1713°NE04:19:4314°NE04:21:2810°E
27 Jan-3.805:06:1725°NW05:08:0590°NNE05:11:3110°SE
28 Jan-3.004:20:1644°ENE04:20:1644°ENE04:23:2210°ESE
29 Jan-0.803:34:1114°E03:34:1114°E03:34:5510°ESE
29 Jan-2.305:07:0619°W05:08:4829°SW05:11:5110°SSE
30 Jan-3.104:20:5748°SSW04:20:5748°SSW04:23:5910°SE
31 Jan-1.103:34:4421°SE03:34:4421°SE03:35:5810°SE
31 Jan-1.205:07:5710°WSW05:09:4413°SSW05:11:3210°S
01 Feb-1.604:21:2319°SSW04:21:2519°SSW04:24:0010°SSE
02 Feb-0.903:35:0418°SSE03:35:0418°SSE03:36:1410°SSE

Visible Iridium Flares for the next 7 days
No visible Iridium Flares during this time period

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