Scheduled air date: 1998 Aug 31-Sep 06
Rising a short time after sunset, September 6th, Jupiter closely follows the Full Moon during its traverse of the nighttime sky...
...as seen in this simulated binocular view.
And in the pre-dawn skies of September 5-11, the planets Mercury and Venus can be seen to perform a "shuffle" with the star Regulus.
(The remaining stars of Leoand its figureare shown in their positions for September 11th.)
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