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Eyes on the Sky: Oct 29 thru Nov 4

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So the Moon is full phase, which means terrible viewing for astronomy, right? Not so: Look AT the Moon! Seriously, there's good stuff to see along the eastern limb that highlights craters and features often missed due to thin waxing crescents not being visible to us. Then by mid-week, North American observers get a great shot at seeing the shadow of Ganymede on the face of Jupiter while Io peeks out from behind not long after the shadow's first contact. And Europe will have a front-row view this weekend as Europa makes a long shadow transit as well.

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Glad to see you survived your encounter with the Ultra Violet challenged guest.

Enjoyable and interesting as always.

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