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Moon/Antares conjunction


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[move]*ON 10 SEPTEMBER 2005*[/move]

The Moon passes very near the star Antares in Scorpius, and in fact occults it from locations in Western Africa across the Atlantic to northern South America, the Caribbean and portions of the Southeast US. Unfortunately, this occurs during daylight hours for American observers. However, 1) it may be observable telescopically with the right equipment and expertise, and 2) the two will still appear close together after sunset.

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