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Podcast: Observe the Moon, Mercury, and the Pleiades

Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Michael Bakich explains how to observe the stunning sight April 26 when a crescent Moon joins Mercury and the Pleiades in the deepening twilight.
April 2009 Mercury finder chart
Mercury lies near the Pleiades star cluster after sunset in late April. The Moon joins this pair April 26.
Astronomy: Roen Kelly
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