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Volume 21 -- Issue 7
Planet Watch -- July 2015
Mercury is visible over the eastern horizon at sunrise for about the first half of the month but then moves into superior conjunction, on the
opposite side of the Sun on July 23rd.
Venus is very visible shining brightly above the western horizon at sunset. Can't miss it!
Mars was at solar conjunction last month and will start becoming more visible rising before the Sun in the morning sky toward the
latter half of the month.
Jupiter is low over the western horizon at sunset near the planet Venus and the star Regulus.
Saturn rises after local time for sunset will be visible all night.