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Morning Twilight Planets

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« on: November 03, 2008, 08:04:23 am »

Got another sight of Mercury this morning (around 6:30 with naked eye) but decided not to bother tracking for daylight imaging - the seeing is appallingly unsteady. Mercury is getting well south now, not far from Spica, so the seeing is likely to remain poor. Geeting close to the end of the apparation. Any real hope of seeing Mercury again this year has got to be the next day or two, or in evening twilight on the last couple of days in December.
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