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Tuesday, April 01, 2008


The Moon, Venus and Mercury, April 5.

On the morning of Saturday April 5, the Moon, Venus and Mercury will be very close together. This will make a very attractive predawn sight. The diagram shows the eastern horizon as seen from Adelaide at 6:45 am local time, but similar views will be seen from most southern hemisphere locations half an hour before sunrise.

The trio will be reasonably close to the horizon, so it is best if you have a clear, level eastern horizon.

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