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A table listing some of the Astronomical Phenomena for November 2013:

Phenomena November

DayEvent
1Venus mag -4.5 is at greatest elongation east 47 degrees (8 UT)
1Mercury is at inferior conjunction (20 UT)
2Moon passes 0.8 degrees north of Spica (mag +1.0). Occultation is visible from central and northern Europe (7 UT)
3New Moon (12:50 UT). Hybrid solar eclipse, mostly total (Atlantic Ocean and central Africa)
5Moon passes 7 degrees north of Antares mag +1.0 (11 UT)
6Moon is at perigee 365,361 km or 227,024 miles from Earth (9:14 UT)
6Saturn is in conjunction with the Sun (12 UT)
7Moon passes 8 degrees north of Venus mag -4.6 (1 UT)
7Jupiter mag -2.4 is stationary in Gemini (7 UT)
9Asteroid (354) Eleonora mag +10.5 is at opposition in Eridanus
10First quarter Moon (5:58 UT)
10Mercury is stationary (14 UT)
11Moon passes 6 degrees north of Neptune mag +7.9 (11 UT)
12Northern Taurids meteor shower peaks ZHR = 5
13Neptune mag +7.9 is stationary in Aquarius (22 UT)
14Moon passes 3 degrees north of Uranus mag +5.8 (3 UT)
16Asteroid (216) Kleopatra mag +9.5 is at opposition in Taurus
17Leonids meteor shower peaks ZHR = 15
17Full Moon (15:16 UT)
18Mercury mag -0.6 is at greatest elongation west 19 degrees (3 UT)
18Moon passes 3 degrees north of Aldebaran mag +0.9 (20 UT)
21Comet 2P/Encke reaches perihelion 0.33625 AU (approx. 50.30 million kilometres or 31.26 million miles) from the Sun
22Moon passes 5 degrees south of Jupiter mag -2.5 (5 UT)
22Moon is at apogee 404,446 km or 251,351 miles from Earth (9:43 UT)
25Moon passes 6 degrees south of Regulus mag +1.4 (16 UT)
25Last quarter Moon (19:28 UT)
26Mercury mag. -0.7 passes 0.3 degrees south of Saturn mag +0.7 (4 UT)
27Moon passes 6 degrees south of Mars mag +1.3 (16 UT)
28Comet 2012 S1 (ISON) reaches perihelion 0.01249 AU (1.87 million kilometres or 1.16 million miles) from the Sun
29Moon passes 0.9 degrees north of Spica mag +1.0, occultation is visible from North America, Mexico and northern Caribbean (17 UT)
30Asteroid (17) Thetis mag +11.6 is at opposition in Taurus