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The March skies

February 25, 2012
By Ronald W. Kohl ( , The Post-Journal

During the first two weeks of March, look for tiny Mercury along the due west horizon during evening twilight. This little planet is smaller in diameter than the moons Titan and Ganymede but more than twice as massive.



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