Jane Houston Jones from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory provides an overview of what is in the night sky this month, including a pretty parade of planets: Venus shining brightly at dusk, while Jupiter watches from overhead; Mars comes up before midnight, and you can see Saturn near sunrise.
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We can see clouds 😉
Last night I saw 2 moving objects (satellites in the eastern sky south by south west) in the night sky around 12:00AM eastern which slowed down and finally stopped. Were there new communication satellites placed into stationary orbit or was this some other pheromone?
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