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Volume 21 -- Issue 11
Planet Watch -- 2015
Mercury tnto superior conjunction on the 17th as it moves from the mornig skies toward the evening skies later this month.
Venus is very visible in the morning skies as it rises a few hours ahead of the Sun. Venus has now moved past western elongation and
Mars as it moves eastward.
Mars rises before the Sun and as it rises earlier each day Mars gradually becomes more visible in the morning skies.
Jupiter is visible in the morning skies near the tail of Leo the Lion.
Saturn moves into conjunction with the Sun and will not be visible until it reappears in the morning skies later in the month.
Comet (C/2013 US10) becomes possibly more visible during November and toward the end of the Month Venus passes by the comet. Here
is observing information from the Heavens Above web site.