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Quito, Ecuador

0° N

Click on a link to see an image of the full nighttime sky above you at various dates through the year. The time is approximately 9 PM local time for each date. There is no adjustment for Daylight Savings Time in the summer months. The sky chart for the date is drawn for the specified sidereal time.

Click on a constellation in the sky chart to see its name. You can also get the name of brighter stars in the same way.

At this latitude the celestial equator passes through the zenith. At any time, you see half of the northern celestial hemisphere and half of the southern celestial hemisphere.

Nov. 5, 0h Dec. 20, 3h
Feb. 2, 6h Mar. 20, 9h
May 5, 12h June 20, 15h
Aug. 5, 18h Sep. 20, 21h

The photograph of Church of San Francisco in colonial Quito was taken from the home page of "Nelson R. Cortez".
 
 




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