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Friday, 6 October 2017

Astronomy domine!

For those of you who like this stuff: the International Space Station will pass over tonight at 8.22. It will rise in the west and go into eclipse south of overhead at 8.25 (near the constellation of Cygnus)

Tomorrow morning, Venus and Mars will still be close together in the dawn sky (although further apart than they were today) worth a look if it's clear.

The top two pictures are from yesterday (5th) the bottom from this morning: I had to wait until later for a break in the clouds, but the phase of Venus is obvious and that might be Mars above and to the right.



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