All-sky stellar charts for The Earth Hour 2020, 21 h of local time (may be summertime for some southern latitudes)

Thin crescent Moon and Venus will be close together over west horizon, visible well north of equator, Pleiades being just a bit above them.

Ecliptics is marked as running between Venus and Moon up from the horizon, and a cone of zodiacal light might be visible along it, toward the end of twilight, if the pollution of the sky by artificial lighting is low enough.
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[   ]0A.pdf2020-03-20 20:53 182Knorthern latitude
[   ]10A.pdf2020-03-20 20:54 178Knorthern latitude
[   ]10sA.pdf2020-03-20 20:53 187Ksouthern
[   ]20A.pdf2020-03-20 20:54 173Knorthern latitude
[   ]20sA.pdf2020-03-20 20:53 185Ksouthern
[   ]30A.pdf2020-03-20 20:54 170Knorthern latitude
[   ]30sA.pdf2020-03-20 20:53 189Ksouthern
[   ]40A.pdf2020-03-20 20:54 169Knorthern latitude
[   ]40sA.pdf2020-03-20 20:53 193Ksouthern
[   ]50A.pdf2020-03-20 20:54 171Knorthern latitude
[   ]50sA.pdf2020-03-20 20:53 195Ksouthern
[   ]60A.pdf2020-03-20 20:54 173Knorthern latitude

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