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Cloud cover forecast from clearoutside.com
Mercury : In the last 10 days of April Mercury re-appears from the other side of the Sun and can be seen after sunset.
Venus : Venus is very bright after sunset.
Mars : Mars is gradually being obscured by the sun.
Jupiter : Jupiter has moved round to Cancer but is still visible for a good part of the night.
Saturn : Saturn has passed round the Sun and re-appeared in the morning sky down in the Libra / Scorpius areaMeteors : The Lyrids are due for the 22nd/23rd of April but NASA reckons this is Fireball season.... See http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/details.cgi?aid=11231
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