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Midnight Update: EFSC's Palm Bay Campus will reopen Thursday, with all classes and exams taking place as scheduled. A power outage canceled late afternoon and evening classes and final exams on Wednesday. Students should check with their instructors for any impact on Wednesday's Final Exam schedules. Updates will be posted here, shared through Titan Alerts and social media.

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Astronomy News, Information & Sky Charts

 

 

Tools for Amateur Astronomers

Use the Clear Sky Chart below to view a real-time, graphical illustration of the predicted viewing conditions at the Observatory located on Eastern Florida State College's Cocoa Campus. You can get more information, including satellite maps and instructions on how to interpret the chart's symbols by clicking directly on the chart.

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The satellite viewing prediction table below includes hyperlinks to www.heavens-above.com to give you real-time information about satellites passing overhead that can be viewed with the naked eye. Choose the location closest to where you are for live updates.

Satellite Viewing Predictions

Satellite Visibility From EFSC, Cocoa Campus

Latitude Longitude Description
+28:23:05 -80:45:43 EFSC Observatory, Cocoa, FL

Satellite Visibility From Other Sites

+28:36:42 -80:48:28 Titusville, FL
+28:28:36 -80:47:20 Port St. John, FL
+28:19:10 -80:36:28 Cocoa Beach, FL
+28:10:22 -80:35:55 Satellite Beach, FL
+28:04:59 -80:36:29 Melbourne, FL
+28:04:17 -80:39:12 West Melbourne, FL
+28:05:21 -80:33:56 Indialantic, FL
+28:02:03 -80:35:20 Palm Bay, FL
+27:38:17 -80:23:50 Vero Beach, FL
+27:26:47 -80:19:32 Fort Pierce, FL