Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Southern Skywatch December, 2016 edition is now out!
The December edition of Southern Skywatch is up (a bit late).
This month starts with three bright planets in the evening sky still doing an entrancing planet dance. Venus climbs higher in the evening sky and passes delta Capricornii.
Mars is close to the Moon, on the 5th. Mars is much diminished and meets Neptune on the 31st.
Saturn is lost in the twilight.
Mercury, starts the month prominent in the evening sky the passes through Sagittarius before returning to the twilight.
Jupiter climbs higher in the dawn sky, on the 23rd it is not far from the crescent Moon.
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