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Seeing Stars with James Wooten: Planets near alignment, Astronomy Day arrives, and the clock ‘falls back’ this October
October 2, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Saturn is now in the southwestern sky at dusk. It outshines the stars around it, so it’s also easy to see. By Halloween night, however, Saturn sets in twilight; it drops into the Sun’s glare next month.  Venus, Mars, and Jupiter will come close together in the sky late this month. Right now, the three […]

Seeing Stars with James Wooten: the Comet ISON & the end of Daylight Saving Time
November 1, 2013 · 1 Comment

Only one more month left in the year! In November, Venus remains in the west at dusk. It outshines everything but the Sun and Moon, so you can begin observing it during deep twilight. Jupiter is high in the morning sky this month. Look for it high in the west at dawn. You can also […]



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