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Volume 21 -- Issue 6
Planet Watch -- June 2015

Mercury is visible over the eastern horizon at sunrise for most of the month and reaches western elongation on the 24th.
Venus is very visible shining brightly above the western horizon at sunset. Can't miss it!
Mars is at solar conjunction and will not be visible until it reappears in the morning sky rising ahead of the Sun toward the beginning of next month.
Jupiter rises during the afternoon and is above the western horizon at sunset. Watch for close conjunction between Jupiter and Venus at the end of the month.
Saturn is just past opposition last month and so it rises at around local time for sunset will be visible all night.