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Star and Space Station Gazing in 2024

Using the Moon in both the morning and evening skies can help us find Venus, Mars, Mercury and Saturn this week as it moves across the sky. It must be back in the same spot in just 28 days as it travels in its orbit around the Earth. Mercury is soon to be lost from view as it rapidly approaches the Sun in the mornings along with Venus which will be joined by Mars at the end of the week. Jupiter remains a brilliant object visible just after dusk in the northeastern sky but is getting ever lower as it moves towards the Sun while much fainter Saturn lies very low in the west but will be very hard...

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