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Comet ISON seems to have had the stuffing knocked out of it by its grazing passage round the sun.
The sky over Milton Keynes as calculated by YourSky at FourmiLab
Mercury : Still visible in the morning sky for about a week but soon passing round the sun again.
Venus : Venus is bright after sunset in the south-west.
Mars : Mars is brightening but still in the pre-dawn sky. This month in Virgo.
Jupiter : Jupiter is approaching opposition high up in Gemini. (2013 does not have an opposition of Jupiter - its slipped into 2014, Jan 5th)
Saturn : Saturn has switched to the morning sky and now lurks down in Libra, near to the invisible Comet ISON.
Uranus : Uranus came to opposition on October 3rd in Pisces.Meteors : The Geminids are due for the 14th/15th but will have to battle a fat moon high up in the same quarter of the sky.
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