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Hi Beadell,

Uranus is just a little ahead of the Sun at the moment. It rises above the south eastern horizon at about 5.15 am tomorrow and reaches 5 degrees above the horizon at about 5.45 am. By that time, the sun is just peeping over the horizon. Uranus is just next to Venus, so you may see Venus as a morning star and you may just catch a glimpse of Uranus, although the sky will be so light that I doubt you will see it against a lightening sky.


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