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Posted by L Madia on September 10, 2003 21:19:55 UTC

I believe you are correct. Mars is coming up in the East approx 9:00 PM EST USA. It is prob the brightest object in the sky next to the Moon. It has a reddish tint, but is not blood red.

This of course is in layman's terms.

Lenny

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