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USPS Star Calendar for 25 April to 1 May 18 April 2010

Posted by amedalen in April 2010, May 2010.
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25 Apr
Tonight, Saturn is 1 fist-width above the moon, and Spica is nearly 2 fist-widths to the lower left.

26 Apr
Spica is 2 finger-widths to the moon’s left, and Saturn is 2 fist-widths to the upper right.

27 Apr
Spica is 1 fist-width above or to the upper right of the moon this evening. Arcturus is 3½ fist-widths to the upper left.

28 Apr
The moon is full at 1218 UT. In inferior conjunction with the sun, Mercury passes from the evening sky to the morning sky.

29 Apr
The moon rises 2 hours after sunset, followed shortly by Antares. They travel together across the southern horizon and are low in the southwest tomorrow morning.

30 Apr
Today is May Eve, one of the four cross-quarter days, midway between solstices and equinoxes.

1 May
Today is May Day or Beltane, the fire festival celebrated with bonfires and maypoles.