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Mercury : Following on from the end of October Mercury there is still a good opportunity in the early part of the month. With the ecliptic climbing steeply, Mercury gets good separation from the Sun before dawn.
Venus : Venus is switching to the evening star but is out of sight at present.
Mars : Mars fading and shrinking now and sinking in the southwest as it gets dark, despite that more or less holding position relative to the Sun.
Jupiter : Very bright as usual and moving round to the nighttime sky Jupiter is heading from Cancer towards Leo.
Saturn : Saturn came to opposition on May 10th so its coming to end of its display for now, passing round the Sun and re-appearing in December
Uranus : Uranus came to opposition on Oct 7th in Pisces
Neptune : Neptune rises about an hour ahead of Uranus in Aquarius.Meteors : The Leonids are due over the night of the 17th/18th and the Moon will not interfere.
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