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What’s in the sky?

ESSENTIAL GUIDES AND ADVICE FOR AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS

Red light friendly

In order to preserve your night vision, you should read our observing guide under red light

5 DEC

The December Phi-Cassiopeid meteor shower reaches its peak

14 DEC

A total solar eclipse will be visible from Chile and Argentina

17 DEC

Conjunction between the Moon

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