Another great opportunity to image the naked-eye planets, Venus and Mercury in the Eastern sky during predawn hours of the next few days. Both will be located close to red star, Antares of Scorpius.
Clear skies! 🙂
This entry was posted on January 6, 2011 by cosmicwanderer05. It was filed under Conjunctions and Celestial Groupings, Planets, Sky Viewing Tips and was tagged with antares, mercury, naked-eye planets, planetary conjunctions, planets in the predawn sky, skygazing, venus.
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