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He's a sundial aficionado, whose love for the heavens has taken him to Lake Titicaca in Bolivia and sailing in the North Atlantic, where he earned his celestial navigation certificate through the School of Ocean Sailing and Navigation.He also writes and hosts public astronomy programs and planetarium programs in and around his home in upstate New York.The Russians if anything have become super nationalist with the Russian Orthodox Church having more power than they did with the Czars.I doubt they would be helping the government of the still true believers in Revolution. Back in the day I remember when one did not refer to mainland China without the prefix Red attached to it.Draw an imaginary line from Saturn through Venus to locate Mercury near the horizon an hour or so before sunrise. From about February 11 to 15, Venus and Mercury will be close enough together on the sky’s dome to fit – or nearly fit – into the same binocular field.After mid-month, Mercury will probably be difficult to catch from mid-northern latitudes.

Many people around the world witnessed the moon sweeping by all five visible (naked-eye) planets from late January until February 7, 2016. But you still can see all these planets together in the morning sky for at least another week. Go young moon hunting on February 9 Get up 80 minutes or more before sunrise to view four of the five naked-eye worlds.

From the Southern Hemisphere, you might be able to spot Mercury in the morning sky till nearly the end of the month.

All five planets will be yours to behold as long as Mercury remains in the morning sky. Photos of the 5 planets before dawn , we mean any planet in our own solar system that’s easily viewed without an optical aid and that has been watched by our ancestors since time immemorial.

Denis Crute in Australia caught the 5 planets and the moon from the Southern Hemisphere on February 2, 2016. We’ve had a number of people ask us when the next presentation of the five visible planets in the same sky will take place.

It will be possible to view all five in the – very briefly – from about August 13 to 19, 2016. Right now, all five planets are strung out across the early morning sky in an easy-to-see way (well, Mercury is the tough one, so close to the sunrise, but keep watching … In August, Mercury and Venus will be sitting low in the west at dusk and not that easy to catch from northerly latitudes.

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