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Moon and Beehive Cluster Conjunction

Celestial Events
Stu

Event details


Visible for much of the night until around 4.15am, the closest approach is at around 2.15am when the 76% illuminated Moon will be 2 degrees 36" away from M44, the Beehive Cluster.

Best seen in binoculars or a wide field scope.

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