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Mars at night, Venus at dawn

The new year has begun, and with it another 12 months of celestial delights await us. See our 2019 guide to the sky on pages 40–41 for a full rundown of all the phenomena you can expect to see. But for this, the first month of the year, we have two of the naked-eye-brightness planets visible in the pre-dawn

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