The Sky This Month
Monthly Hamilton Amateur Astronomers column by Mario Carr.
Nov 30, 2015 | Add Comment | Hamilton Mountain News

THE SKY THIS MONTH: A comet, meteor shower and a daytime disappearing act by Venus in December

Mario Carr

Who says astronomical events only happen at night? This month, Venus will disappear behind the...

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