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Saturday, November 01, 2014


Southern Skywatch November, 2014 edition is now out!

Western horizon as seen from Adelaide on 26 November at 9:00 pm ACDST . Click to embiggen.

The November edition of Southern Skywatch is now up.  This month has a little bit of  planetary action an occultation and a comet.
Jupiter rises higher in the morning twilight and is near the Moon on the 15th. There is a nice occultation visible from Central and Western Australia at this time.

Mars is obvious in the western evening sky.  Mars is close to the globular clusters M28 and M22 early in the month (3rd and 6th respectively).

Saturn is lost in the twilight

Venus is lost in the twilight.

Mercury returns to the morning sky but is very difficult to see.

Comet C/2012 K1 graces our skies this month.


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