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Mercury Rising

Mercury is making one of it’s three yearly stops in the visible evening sky,according to this MSNBC article. Normally, our neighbor is lost in the sun’s glow, making it virtually invisible for any observation equipment on or near Earth. However,…

  • March 7, 2005

Mercury is making one of it’s three yearly stops in the visible evening sky,according to this MSNBC article. Normally, our neighbor is lost in the sun’s glow, making it virtually invisible for any observation equipment on or near Earth. However, the planet will emerge from the glare just after sunset for the next few days.

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