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A table listing some of the Astronomical Phenomena for February 2018:

Day (UT)Time (UT)Event
118:49Moon 1.0 degrees north of Regulus (mag. +1.4), occultation visible from north Europe and north Asia.
511:53Moon 7.4 degrees north of Spica (mag. +1.0).
715:54Last quarter moon.
719:46Jupiter (mag. -2.0) 4.3 degrees south of Moon.
905:11Mars (mag. +1.1) 4.4 degrees south of Moon.
906:57Moon 9.5 degrees north of Antares (mag. +1.0).
913:18Vesta (mag. +7.6) 0.9 degrees north of Moon.
1014:48Mars (mag. +1.1) 5.2 degrees north of Antares (mag. +1.0).
1114:23Moon at apogee approx. 405,700 kilometres or 252,100 miles from Earth.
1114:30Saturn (mag. +0.6) 2.5 degrees south of Moon.
1521:06New moon. Partial solar eclipse, visible from Antarctica, Argentina and Chile.
1614:17Mercury is at superior conjunction.
2008:05Uranus (mag. +5.9) 4.7 degrees north of Moon.
2308:10First quarter moon.
2317:34Moon 0.7 degrees north of Aldebaran (mag. +0.9).
2620:29Moon 8.6 degrees south of Pollux (mag. +1.1).
2714:47Moon at perigee approx. 363,936 kilometres or 226,139 miles from Earth.
2720:22Vesta (mag. +7.5) 5.5 degrees north of Mars (mag. +0.8).