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Look North in March 2014 - Oops, there's a big hole in the sky!

Well, not really – but unless you live in an area with very dark skies, free of light pollution, you’re going to have a hard time seeing the faint stars above Polaris, the North Star, at this time of year. 732 more words

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Look East: March 2014 Roars in like a sickle and triangle! (Huh?)

Sure, I’d like to tell you March roars in like a lion – but honestly it’s easier to point to the sickle and the triangle and the “Little King” we call Regulus, this last being the new guidepost star for March. 1,205 more words

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Look East: March 2013 Roars in like a sickle and triangle! (Huh?)

Sure, I’d like to tell you March roars in like a lion – but honestly it’s easier to point to the sickle and the triangle and the “Little King” we call Regulus, this last being the new guidepost star for March. 1,171 more words

Look North in March 2013 - Oops, there's a big hole in the sky!

Well, not really – but unless you live in an area with very dark skies, free of light pollution, you’re going to have a hard time seeing the faint stars above Polaris, the North Star, at this time of year. 732 more words

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Update- March 5 - Outlook brightens for PanSTARRS!Events - March 2013: Get set for a real nice - BINOCULAR - Comet and more

The latest indicators are that Comet PanSTARRS will put on a better show than anticipated just a week ago – as noted, comets are just not that predictable! 1,969 more words

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The "March" of the Planets - they're just Wild in the West in March 2012 - what you'll see and why!

March starts off with a double-barreled planetary bang as Venus and Jupiter  meet and dance briefly, while just below them Mercury puts in its best appearance of the year zipping up for an easy look, then zipping back down. 1,457 more words

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Look North in March 2012 - Oops, there's a big hole in the sky!

Well, not really – but unless you live in an area with very dark skies, free of light pollution, you’re going to have a hard time seeing the faint stars above Polaris, the North Star, at this time of year. 732 more words

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