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November Night Sky

Early morning continues to be the best time for observing the bright planets, with Jupiter, Venus and Mars (currently distant and relatively faint) dancing around each other in the pre - dawn sky. In the evening sky we still have Uranus and Neptune. The good news about these more difficult planets is, once you have found them at a given apparition, they won't have moved far the next time you look a couple of weeks later. Or even next year! This is also a good month for looking at our biggest galactic neighbours. The nearest ones of any significance are the two Magellanic Clouds, but they are quite...

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