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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 0:22.8 UT, 22nd July, 2010.

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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 4:31.5 UT, 21st July, 2010.

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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 2:53.2 UT, 19th July, 2010.


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Four of the five visible planets can be seen after sunset. Mercury is low in the northwestern twilight. Venus is impossible to miss, it's so bright. Mars and Saturn are to Venus' left. Jupiter, meanwhile, is nicely placed in the east by 1 a.m.
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First Quarter Moon, 11:10.6 UT

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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 1:14.9 UT, 17th July, 2010.


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The Moon is close to Saturn, 1.1mag Separation=9.0, 22.20 UT, 16th July

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Transit of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, 3:45.2 UT

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A thin crescent moon is near Mercury which is very low in the west-northwest sky.

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