Aries culminates tonight. This means it will be visible throughout the entire night and can be found due south at midnight, between the constellations Taurus (to the left) and Andromeda (to the right.) Triangulum and Perseus are also close-by.
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Images Courtesy of Mobile Observatory.
04:51 UT – The waxing gibbous Moon is north of Neptune. (Neptune: magnitude 7.9, apparent diameter 2.3”, Aquarius, evening sky.)
The constellation Aries culminates at midnight tonight and will be visible throughout the night.
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