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Sunday, July 06, 2014

 

Tonight's Conjunction As Seen From Mars

Earth as seen from Mars on the the night of the Moon, Mar, Spica conjunction. The Moon is too close to be seen separate from the Earth with the unaided eye. Earth is a morning object from Mars at the moment. Simulated in StellariumLooking back towards the Sun from behind Mars. Simulated in Celestia

Someone was wondering what the Moon Spica and Mars conjunction would look like from Mars. Well, here are some simulated views for you. As Spica is "behind" Mars, we can see it in these views.

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