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MARS OVER EASINGWOLD

After sunset this week the bright “star” near in the East is the planet Mars. The picture shows how it can look in large telescopes.The planet is at opposition with Earth, when they are closest together in their orbits around the sun, about 99 million kilometres apart.  Photo by Alan Friedman via Astronomy Picture of the Day. Martin Whillock  York Astronomical Society


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