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Published on Jul 1, 2012
How to find the elusive Mercury this week in the evening sky, as well as a star cluster nearby and how to see the phases of Mercury. The Moon is full on July 3rd, washing out many deep sky object opportunities, but there are still ways to enjoy the Moon itself - and! - how to do some real science on lunar craters! All that, plus how to spot the changing motions of Mars, Saturn, Jupiter and Venus this week.
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