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In the evening sky, Mars is less than 2 below Saturn.
Look to the west.

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Lunar apogee (distance: 405934.4 km, apparent diameter: 29'54.5"), 0:37.6 UT, 29th July, 2010.

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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 1:08.8 UT

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The Moon is close to Neptune on the 27th July, 2010.

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Mercury will pass near Regulus, 26th July, 2010.

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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 23:30.6 UT, 26th July, 2010.

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Full Moon, 2:36.5 UT

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By nightfall, dim, ruddy Mars climbs within 2 degrees below Saturn atop the planetary lineup in the west. Brilliant Venus glows in the middle until 10 p.m. Mercury twinkles at the bottom of the row near the northwestern horizon and sets early. Leo the Lion descends onto the northwestern horizon. The star Regulus in Leo lingers 2 degrees from Mercury.
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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 2:01.1 UT, 24th July, 2010.


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Jupiter is stationary on the 23rd July, 2010.

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