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ASTRONOMY FOR BEGINNERS

HOW CAN I SEE JUPITER AND SATURN?

WHEN: THROUGHOUT JULY

In some ways, summer stargazing is great because of the warmer nights. But the shorter nights mean that there’s a much smaller

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