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  1. Probably best observed around sunset, 4pm ish, Jupiter and Saturn will be just over 6 arc minutes apart, close enough to fit into the field of view at high power. Altitude will be 14 degrees, higher if you can pick them up earlier. View the calendar event
  2. We will soon apply a significant update to the SGL platform but before we do we want to remind everyone what SGL is, and is not. This is important because it underpins the way SGL is constructed and moderated. What is SGL? SGL is a positive, safe, friendly online community where you can discuss all things astronomy with like-minded people. Whether you are beginner or professional, visual astronomer or astrophotographer, armchair astronomer or cosmologist. SGL is for you. SGL is not Facebook. SGL does not amplify negative emotion, does not insert dodgy video into your ti
  3. Mars less than a degree from the Moon View the calendar event
  4. Saturday 18th July 2020 The Norman Lockyer Observatory, Sidmouth. EX10 0NY Planetarium Shows Space Detectives Guest Speakers Sir Norman Lockyers Historic telescope tours Solar Observing Trade Stands and Exhibitions Group Talks and Displays Food Available www.southwestastrofair.com Trade & Exhibition Stand Welcome Mailto:astrofair@normanlockyer.com View the calendar event
  5. Venus and Mercury will be in close conjunction this evening, approx 1.25 degrees apart and 15 degrees altitude (for Venus) as the Sun sets at 8.57 in London View the calendar event
  6. Venus and Mercury will be in close conjunction this evening, approx 1.5 degrees apart and 15 degrees altitude (for Venus) as the Sun sets at 8.55 in London View the calendar event
  7. Another widefield view, this time with Mars View the calendar event
  8. On April 3rd 2020 Venus sits within the M45 star group View the calendar event
  9. Widefield opportunity to see these three together in the morning sky. View the calendar event
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