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This Is What You Can See In September

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Posted by Daniel on September 5, 2001 09:48:22 UTC

september:
in september 12th, jupiter will occult behind the moon. but only for the alaskans, on november 3rd it will be europe's turn to see this and 48 states will get two chances in december.

larger scopes might want to track down the comet LINEAR WM1 not far from capella will this comet have the same fate as the comet LINEAR S4.

if you want to catch a glimpes of mars. just wait until it gets dark it should be just SSW.from september the 1st. the magnitude. will be -0.8. then starts to fade by september the 30th to a magnitude of -0.4.

mercury can be seen 30 mins after sunset, it will be at its greatest elongation on september the 18th.

uranus is in capricornus which the moon passes 3' south of uranus.

saturn is stationary at 11pm 26th.

and the crater plinius makes a great target for lunar observers.

for all those deep sky lovers the autumnal equinox is at 7:04pm the 22nd.

i hope you all get some good observing time in this month.

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