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Jupiter’s evening reign

January 2013:  The first month of 2013 will provide plenty of solar system targets set against the starry canopy.
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A new year brings hope to skywatchers that the long winter nights will prove to be clear and star-studded — and not terribly cold. When the weather cooperates, the first month of 2013 also will provide plenty of solar system targets set against the starry canopy.

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