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Wed May 13, 2020, 03:49 PM

Moon and Mars before sunrise May 14


Mars is respectably bright now and getting brighter. Still, you'll want to get up early (an hour or more before sunrise) to view Mars in the predawn sky; it'll fade from view as dawn is breaking. Excluding our sun, Mars presently ranks as the 8th-brightest "star" to light up the sky. Mars is no match for the king planet Jupiter, which is near it on the sky's dome and which outshines Mars by nearly 12 times. Read more: https://bit.ly/2SZCMw9 👓

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