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Posted by Forum Master on September 13, 2002 11:23:37 UTC

Go to a book store and look at a copy of Sky and Telescope or Astronomy. I think they both have star charts in them showcasing the current features in the sky.

This should help you find Andromeda with respect to some of the bright objects in today's sky.

I have not looked at my charts to see when Andromeda rises and sets if it does at all this time of year. Give me a day or two and I will respond again to your message.

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