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Post Info TOPIC: May 2009


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May 2009

Once again in May, five planets will stretch along the early morning horizon.
On Friday, around 5:30 a.m., Mars stands right in the east, and as you move your gaze toward the south, you will see Venus, Uranus and Neptune (for these two, you'll need binoculars or a telescope), and then Jupiter in the southeast.
At the very end of the month, Mercury joins this array, making an appearance right on the eastern horizon.

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