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Look up tonight to see Saturn, Moon and Spica together

April 17, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

Saturn, the Moon and Spica (the brightest star in the ancient Greek constellation Virgo The Virgin) will form a easily visible temporary triangle in the sky tonight. To see all three, just look tonight above the Eastern horizon at 6.30pm AEST or later. To the unaided eye, most people notice that Saturn has […]

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Brisbane and Gold Coast early risers can watch Moon pass Venus and Mercury

January 30, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

If you are an early riser and want an easy astronomy event to spot, look above the Eastern horizon tomorrow morning to spot the planet Venus, the Moon and the planet Mercury apparently lined up above the Eastern horizon (see below finder chart). If you happen to be up the following couple of […]

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