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Sechelt Skies: Celebrating the 16th century wisdom of Nicolaus Copernicus

Summary by Ground News
April begins with Jupiter disappearing behind the Sun on its way to superior conjunction on April 11. Mercury, on the other hand, will be rising higher in the western sky after sunset until its easternmost elongation from the Sun. A very thin crescent New Moon will pass below Mercury on April 20 and 21 although it'll be tough to catch such a thin Moon.

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