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- Space Weather News for March 20, 2007
GREEN COMET: There's a new comet in the southern hemisphere: Comet
Lovejoy (C/2007 E2). Terry Lovejoy of Australia discovered it on
15th using, remarkably, not a telescope but only an off-the-shelf
camera. The green comet is too dim to see with the naked eye, but it
is a nice target for backyard telescopes. After five days of
monitoring, the comet's orbit is now known with some accuracy and it
to make predictions about Comet Lovejoy's future movements and
brightness. Visit http://spaceweather.com for details.
BONUS--VENUS AND THE MOON: When the sun goes down tonight, step
and look west. You'll see Venus and the slender crescent Moon beaming
together through the glow of sunset. If you miss the pair on March
try again on the 21st. They will be beautifully close together on
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