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A table listing some of the Astronomical Phenomena for November 2015:

Phenomena November

DayEvent
2Moon passes 12 degrees south of Pollux mag +1.1 (8 UT)
3Last quarter Moon (12:24 UT)
3Venus mag -4.4 passes 0.7 degrees south of Mars mag +1.7 (16 UT)
5Moon passes 3 degrees south of Regulus mag +1.4 (5 UT)
5Southern Taurids meteor shower peaks ZHR = 5
6Moon passes 2 degrees south of Jupiter mag -1.8 (16 UT)
7Moon passes 2 degrees south of Mars mag +1.7 (10 UT)
7Moon passes 1.2 degrees south of Venus mag -4.4 (14 UT)
7Moon is at apogee 405,722 km or 252,104 miles from Earth (21:58 UT)
7Asteroid (39) Laetitia mag +9.5 is at opposition in Cetus
9Moon passes 4 degrees north of Spica mag +1.0 (13 UT)
11New Moon (17:48 UT)
12Northern Taurids meteor shower peaks ZHR = 5
13Moon passes 3 degrees north of Saturn mag +0.6 (1 UT)
13Moon passes 10 degrees north of Antares mag +1.0 (8 UT)
14Comet 10P/Tempel reaches perihelion
15Comet Catalina (C/2013 US10) reaches perihelion
17Mercury is at superior conjunction (15 UT)
17Vesta mag +7.2 is stationary in Cetus, afterwards resumes direct motion (16 UT)
18Leonids meteor shower peaks ZHR = 15
18Neptune mag +7.9 is stationary in Aquarius, afterwards resumes direct motion (21 UT)
19First quarter Moon (6:28 UT)
20Moon passes 3 degrees north of Neptune mag +7.9 (2 UT)
20Mars at aphelion 1.666 AU (approx. 249.2 million kilometres or 154.9 million miles) from the Sun
20Asteroid (192) Nausikaa mag +9.0 is at opposition in Perseus
20NEO Asteroid 2005 UL5 mag +14.4 approaches Earth to within 2.29 million kilometres or 1.42 million miles
22Moon passes 0.9 degrees south of Uranus mag +5.7, occultation is visible from South Indian Ocean (18:41 UT)
23Moon is at perigee 362,818 km or 225,445 miles from Earth (20:14 UT)
25Mercury is at aphelion 0.467 AU (approx. 69.9 million kilometres or 43.4 million miles) from the Sun (18 UT)
25Full Moon (22:45 UT)
26Moon passes 0.7 degrees north of Aldebaran mag +0.9, occultation is visible from North USA, Canada, Japan and East Russia (9:56 UT)
28Venus mag -4.3 passes 4 degrees north of Spica mag +1.0 (16 UT)
29Venus is at perihelion 0.718 AU (approx. 107 million kilometres or 66.7 million miles) from the Sun (9 UT)
29Moon passes 11 degrees south of Pollux mag +1.1 (16 UT)
30Saturn is in conjunction with the Sun (12 UT)