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The Planets in the Sky
Autumn Nights:Click on image for large size
The evenings features dim yellow Saturn in the SW sky with Mercury low in the west just after sunset. For those with small telescopes, the 7th planet from the Sun, Uranus, is high in the southern sky at midnight and could be visible to the unaided eye in very dark surroundings.
The favorite constellations and star clusters are becoming a major attraction now with the Pleiades star cluster rising around 8 pm in the NE and mighty Orion the Hunter rising around 10 pm in the east. Orion’s two very bright stars, Rigel and Betelguese display twinkling colors as they rise. The Andromeda galaxy, the farthest object you can see with the naked eye (about 2.5 million light years away) is high overhead at midnight.
The morning planets are still dominated by very bright Venus but is slowly sinking toward the rising sun over the next month while dull red Mars slowly rises earlier each day around 5 am. Jupiter is behind the sun now (superior conjunction) and is lost in the glare of the sun but will slowly appear later in November.
(Images of the planet taken with my Celestron 6" telescope)
Solar Eclips & Sun Pics, Aug 21, 2017
Venus & Venus and Jupiter, March 2017
Venus & Mars in Western Evening Sky Feb 24, 2017
Venus & Mars in Western Evening Sky Feb 16, 2017
Venus in SW Evening Sky Jan 14, 2017
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Information about Global Climate Change
by Patrick Prokop
The Sky at Night:
Saturday, December 16
Sunset tonight: 5:22 pm and rises at 7:19 am
New Moon Approaching (Monday at 1:18 am)... rise at 6:35 am
Saturn (Lost in Glare of the Sun) ... set 5:42 pm
Neptune ... set 11:16 pm
Uranus ... Transit: 8:13 pm
Morning planets: (Eastern Sky)
Mars (Bright Ruddy Red) ... rise 3:21 am
Jupiter (Quite Bright) ... rise 4:04 am
Mercury ... rise 6:28 am
Venus (in solar glare) ... rise 6:55 am
High Noon (Sun highest in sky ... due south) 12:20 pm
All times are for Savannah. Add 1 minute for about every 15 miles westward.
Space Station visible tonight at 6:53 - 6:58 in the WNW moving toward the SSE
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|Quick Forecast for Savannah|
|Today:|| -------|| ... Max:59||... PoP:Today: 00%|
|Sun|| Min:38|| ... Max:69||... Day PoP:00%|| Night PoP:10%|
|Mon|| Min:54|| ... Max:72||... Day PoP:24%|| Night PoP:47%|
|Tue|| Min:58|| ... Max:76||... Day PoP:36%|| Night PoP:22%|
|Wed|| Min:60|| ... Max:71||... Day PoP:39%|| Night PoP:41%|
|Thu|| Min:51|| ... Max:68||... Day PoP:42%|| Night PoP:18%|
|Fri|| Min:52|| ... Max:72||... Day PoP:11%|| Night PoP:22%|
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