Mars Finder Map

Jun 0106h07m+24°22′+1.49.5″21%0.700
Jun 1506h40m+20°42′+4.411.9″2%0.559
Jun 3005h36m+18°43′+2.510.6″9%0.630

The table gives the planet’s equatorial coordinates – right ascension (R.A.) and declination (Dec.) – at 01:00 Universal Time on selected dates. Next are listed the visual magnitude and equatorial diameter. Last are the percentage of the planet’s disk illumination by the Sun and the distance from the Earth in astronomical units. One a.u. equals 92,955,807 miles or 149,597,870 kilometers.