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Asteroids

This table shows the brightest currently observable asteroids. Click on the name of the asteroid to get more details, including finder charts.

AsteroidBrightnessAltitudeConstellation
1 Ceres 8.0-53.6°Sagittarius
4 Vesta 8.653.0°Gemini
2 Pallas 9.0-31.2°Corona Borealis
43 Ariadne 9.3-82.5°Ophiuchus
532 Herculina 9.9-22.3°Coma Berenices
7 Iris 10.1-24.0°Aquarius
15 Eunomia 10.348.8°Aries
40 Harmonia 10.3-38.5°Capricornus
6 Hebe 10.3-33.4°Boötes
42 Isis 10.4-61.2°Sagittarius
3 Juno 10.74.7°Leo
29 Amphitrite 10.884.8°Taurus
68 Leto 10.8-71.2°Sagittarius
8 Flora 10.978.0°Taurus
27 Euterpe 11.0-53.9°Libra

Warning!
Never attempt to observe objects close to the sun without taking the proper precautions. In particular, never point optical instruments near the sun and look through them, or you risk permanent eye damage or blindness.
 

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