Rising and setting of the planets (location) Calculator

Calculates the rising and setting times, azimuth and elevation angles, and culmination time of the planets from the earth.

Input negative degree for west longtitude and south latitude.
If your local time is on Daylight Saving time, select 'ON' from DST mode.

Rising and setting of the planets (location)
    1. ,
    2. Latitude
    1. m, 
    1.  /
    2. ,
    3. (1900~2099)
    1. Time zone UTC
    2.  (New York:-5, Los Angels:-8)
    1. DST

azimuth angle: north=0, east=90, south=180, west=270 degree

    Rising and setting of the planets (location)
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    [1]  2018/12/04 22:48   Female / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /
    Purpose of use
    Calculate azimuth at rise and set
    [2]  2018/11/26 22:34   Male / 60 years old level or over / Self-employed people / Very /
    Purpose of use
    I like to see Venus in the morning
    [3]  2018/07/13 03:22   Female / 60 years old level or over / A retired people / Useful /
    Purpose of use
    Astronomy club
    What is the highest elevation possible of Venus?
    Does the location on earth matter?
    [4]  2017/11/16 19:47   Male / 30 years old level / An engineer / Very /
    Purpose of use
    Planet finding, calculating forces.
    I need sun and moon beside these planets. Keep up the good work.
    [5]  2016/02/04 06:09   Male / 40 years old level / A teacher / A researcher / Useful /
    Purpose of use
    To find azimuth and elevation of planets for a given date and time.
    Please enable calculation of planets' azimuth and elevation for a given hour, minute and second and expand the range backwards (into 1800s, 1700s, 1600s etc.) if possible. The former is a must.
    [6]  2014/10/08 03:29   Male / 50 years old level / An office worker / A public employee / Very /
    Purpose of use
    Am a night worker. Take lunch about 3amEDT.
    Several nights a bright star in the east has been seen. Turns out to be Jupiter.
    Interesting site. Thank You!
    [7]  2013/08/10 02:07   Male / 60 years old level or over / Self-employed people / Very /
    Purpose of use
    To find rising times of planets.
    Is there a way to get the times in Local Sidereal Time?
    [8]  2013/02/22 23:38   - / 30 years old level / High-school/ University/ Grad student / A little /
    Purpose of use
    want to improve my knowledge on astronomy
    [9]  2011/08/31 13:22   Male / 60 years old level / Self-employed people / Not at All /
    Purpose of use
    To compute location of planets
    Bug report
    Using the major cities routine and then the location routine (using the pre3cise location of a city, I get widely variant results. Something is radically wrong!
    from Keisan
    Time zone means time offsets from UTC. In the case of the Phoenix in Arizona, please input -7.
    [10]  2010/10/27 15:29   Male / 50 level / A public employee / Very /
    Purpose of use
    Really versatile!
    For astronomical calculation a range of dates and step (hour, day, etc.) should be very useful!


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