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Unformatted text preview: 1/15/12 Geller's October 2007 Night Sky Highlights Some highlights for the night sk in October 2007
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Northernmost Moon rises about 3 hours after sunset.
Look for Mars low in ENE about 5 hours after sunset.
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Last quarter Moon.
About 1 hour before sunrise, look for Moon between Castor and Mars.
Saturda 6 Octobe r 2007
About 1.5 hours before sunrise look in the east for the crescent Moon above Saturn,
Venus and Regulus.
After sunset look for Jupiter upper left of Antares.
M onda 8 Octobe r 2007
Columbus Day celebrated in USA
About 1.5 hours before sunrise, look for Venus near Saturn and Regulus.
Before sunrise look for waning crescent Moon in east near horizon.
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Shortly after sunset look for Jupiter just 8 degrees to the upper left of Antares.
New Moon occurs at 1:01 AM EDT (11 Oct).
Saturda 13 Octobe r 2007
About 1.5 hours before sunrise, look for Venus near Saturn ( 3 degrees apart) and both
within 5 degrees of Regulus.
After sunset look for Jupiter near Antares.
M onda 15 Octobe r 2007
After sunset look for crescent Moon to the left of Antares and below Jupiter.
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