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Moon/Mars (6 degrees)


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[move]ON 25 AUGUST 2005[/move]

Although this is not a terribly close approach, the Moon passes about 6 degrees (12 lunar diameters) north of Mars. If this is the first time you identify Mars, keep it in mind, as it will have a nice close approach to Earth on October 30. Then it will be 0.46406 Astronomical Units (about 69,422,703 kilometers or 43,137,268 miles) from Earth.

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