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The August Skies

Star Watch

July 27, 2013
By RONALD W. KOHL (family@post-journal.com) , The Post-Journal

If you have a clear view of the east-northeast horizon, you may be able to spot Mercury on the first few mornings in August. Use binoculars and look to the lower left of much brighter Jupiter and faint Mars. Mercury sinks lower each morning and will be lost in the solar glare by the second week of the month.

 
 

 

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