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Uploaded on Jun 25, 2010
Starting June 19, look for Venus blazing as the "morning star" due east around an hour to 45 minutes before sunrise. Fainter Mars will be a little to its lower left, with Mercury a good bit farther to the lower left. Although Mercury looks like a bright star, it will be so low in the sky that you may need binoculars to pick it out.