Planet action moves to the morning sky
October 2007: This month's morning sky brings a spectacular conjunction.
October 1, 2007
|As Jupiter and Uranus slide into western twilight, Neptune becomes the sole evening planet, observable only with binoculars or a telescope. Mars rises around midnight, but the real show occurs when bright planets congregate in the predawn sky. The morning highlight is a spectacular conjunction in Leo the Lion between brilliant Venus and Saturn.|
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