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magic612

What beginners can find and see: 10/31-11/06

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Hi all -

I've been creating monthly videos to help beginners find objects in the night sky for the past 10 months or so. I've changed the format to a weekly one - hopefully this will make it faster/simpler to quickly absorb what can be found in a given week:

This week I focus on Saturn in the morning, Mercury/Venus in the evening, how to find Uranus from our nearest natural satellite on November 6th, and quickly point out Jupiter and Mars' positions.

I hope it proves helpful. :icon_salut:

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That's a nice little video - thank you!

Helen

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Wow - thanks for the wonderful feedback everyone! And you're most welcome for the videos; I really enjoy making them, and I'm glad they are of help. :icon_salut:

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