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Seeing Stars with James Wooten: October 2012
October 2, 2012 · 1 Comment

Mars remains an evening object. It is low in the southwest at dusk. Jupiter is high in the morning sky this month. Look high in the south/southwest at dawn for the object, which outshines all stars in that direction. Jupiter is also becoming a late evening object; it rises by 10:40 p.m. on October 1st […]

Go Stargazing! September Edition
September 2, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Venus and Mars have left Saturn behind in the night sky (check out my earlier blog on the position of the planets). You can spot the star Spica in between Mars and Venus during this time of year. (Spica is similar to Mars in brightness and closer to Venus than to Mars).   Cloud structure in The Venusian […]


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