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Planetary Parade Phenomenon!

Location: Uptown Campus
LBC Quad

You won't want to miss this! Early risers in late February and into early March will be able to watch a planetary alignment dominate the southeastern sky at dawn, as Saturn, Mars, and Jupiter will seem to hover near each other in the sky. Over a few nights starting on March 7, the waning gibbous moon will appear to pay visits to each planet in the lineup. And on March 8 (the night we will meet), Mercury will set at 7:07 pm.

We will meet at 6:30 to prepare for the viewing. 

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