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Awesome Astronomy - July Sky Guide

1 Jul 2014, 11:00 UTC
Awesome Astronomy - July Sky Guide
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Our hosts Ralph Wilkins & Paul Hill tell us what to look out, and up, for in July.
- For beginner observers we highlight the constellation Cygnus, the swan.
- July 4th is aphelion, where the Earth & Sun are the most distant apart.
- Planets to look for this month are: Mercury, Venus, Mars and Saturn. Uranus & Neptune will reward as well.
- The night of July 28/29 is the peak of the Delta Aquarids meteor shower.
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