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USPS Star Calendar for 6-12 April 30 March 2014

Posted by amedalen in April 2014.
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6 Apr    High in the southwest at dusk, Jupiter is less than 3 finger-widths to the moon’s upper right. Procyon is 1½ fist-widths to the lower left.

7 Apr    The first-quarter moon lies midway between Pollux, 1 fist-width to the upper right, and Procyon, the same distance to the lower left. Jupiter is nearly 1½ fist-widths to the right.

8 Apr    Mars is at opposition, meaning it is opposite the sun when viewed from Earth. Mars rises at sunset and remains in the sky all night.

10 Apr    High in the south early tonight, bright Regulus is 2 finger-widths above the moon.

12 Apr    The moon lies between Regulus, 3 fist-widths to the upper right, and Mars, 2 fist-widths to the lower left.  

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