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USPS Star Calendar for 13-19 October 6 October 2013

Posted by amedalen in October 2013.
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13 Oct    The waxing gibbous moon lies midway between magnitude 0.9 Altair, 3 fist-widths to the upper right, and magnitude 1.3 Fomalhaut, to the lower left. Mars is now to Regulus’ upper left.

14 Oct    Although closer, Mars remains to Regulus’ upper left.

15 Oct    This morning, Mars sinks to Regulus’ left and passes within less than 1 degree.

16 Oct    Now to the lower left of Regulus, Mars falls farther away every day. Meanwhile, in the evening sky, Venus passes within 1.5 degrees of Antares low in the southwest at dusk.

18 Oct    As the moon passes through Earth’s outer shadow tonight, the slight penumbral eclipse of the moon will be difficult to see for all but those living in the eastern half of North America, who may see some faint shading of the moon’s southernmost limb soon after moonrise.

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