Scheduled air date: 1998 Nov 16-22
The Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, the Pleiades and Aldebaran make a nice display for the American Thanksgiving holiday evening.
(Shown for mid-northern latitudes at about 8:00 pm on November 26th.)
Looking in the opposite direction, the Summer Triangle can be seen on its way out as the Winter stars begin taking over the evening skies.
Throughout the Thanksgiving weekend, the Moon will appear to pass the giant planets Jupiter and Saturn as it grows from First Quarter toward Full, which occurs next Thursday.
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