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What time will the planetary alignment in this photo be visible in Brisbane?  ?

On the bottom it says UTC 9:30, what time will this be visible in Brisbane?

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  • 2 months ago
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    "On the bottom it says UTC 9:30"

    No, it says 05:44:00 UTC +9:30 - the +9:30 shows Adelaide is 9 hrs 30 ahead of UTC.  Brisbane's 30 min ahead of Adelaide, so the time will be 06:14.

    • Maria2 months agoReport

      So 6:14am GMT+10 Brisbane.  Thanks! :)

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  • Bill-M
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    2 months ago

    Brisbane is 10 hours ahead of UTC/GMT time.   Add 10 to UTC.

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  • 2 months ago

    Brisbane, Australia is 10 1/2 hours ahead of UTC

    So 22-00 hrs on 24 hour clock

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  • 2 months ago

    Since Brisbane is UTC+10:00 I would place my bet on 5:44 as well? Certainly the half hour is not that important and it's visible for several hours before that also.

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  • Amy
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    2 months ago

    It says 05:44 in Adelaide.

    UTC+9:30 is the time zone (DST has just ended). This alignment will occur at 20:14 UTC. Brisbane is in UTC+10, so the time there would be 6:14.

    (Though really the planets don't move very fast, so you'll be able to see the moon move past them over a couple of days.)

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