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USPS Star Calendar for 21-27 September 14 September 2014

Posted by amedalen in September 2014.
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21 Sep    The moon and Regulus rise 2½ hours before the sun. Jupiter is 1½ fist-widths above the moon, which is about 10 percent illuminated.

22 Sep    The autumnal equinox occurs at 1029 EDT.

23 Sep    The thin waning crescent moon rises a half hour before the sun. Venus is 2 finger-widths to the upper left. Less than 5 percent of the moon’s surface is illuminated.

24 Sep    The new moon makes the next few days perfect for exploring the evening sky. In the south, Mars is 2 finger-widths to the upper right of Antares.

25 Sep    In the north tonight, the Big Dipper appears horizontal at dusk, rotates counterclockwise and is near the horizon at midnight.

26 Sep    You can catch a quick glimpse of the thin waxing crescent moon low in the west at dusk. The moon sets two hours after the sun. The moon’s surface is less than 5 percent illuminated.

27 Sep    Magnitude 0.6 Saturn is 1 finger-width to the moon’s upper left low in the west as the sky darkens.

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