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Volume 22 -- Issue 7
Planet Watch -- July 2016
Mercury, for the last half of the month, will be visible above the western horizon after sunset local time and will be
in a close conjunction with Venus on the 16th. Should look great with binoculars.
Venus moves out from superior conjunction and starts becoming more visible over the western horizon
at sunset local time. very close conjunction with Mercury on the 16th. Should look great with a telescope.
Mars, now past opposition, sets around midnight local time.
Jupiter is visible over the southwestern horizon at sunrset, and sets before midnight local time.
Saturn rises after sunset local time and is visible the rest of the night hours.