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It brightens a shade to magnitude 2. 7 by the year's end, its disk swelling to 47 arcseconds in diameter so that its cloud belts are visible through small telescopes. The Moon is in the vicinity on the 2nd, 3rd and 30th. Saturn's magnitude of 0. 4 makes it noticeably dimmer than Jupiter but brighter than every star in our sky after Sirius. It is already low in the east south east at nightfall and stands at opposition on Monday at a distance of 1,209 million km. Still edging westwards between the Horns of Taurus, 4 from Aldebaran, it is occulted again by the almost full Moon on the morning of the 1st, slipping behind the Moon's bright eastern limb at 02:19 as seen from Edinburgh and taking more than a minute to emerge from behind the dark western limb at 03:27.
meteoroids shed by Comet Tempel Tuttle in 1766, produced meteor rates of some 20 meteors per minute for an observer under a good sky. Rates may have been double this at the later peak as the Earth ploughed through another ribbon of debris laid down by the comet in 1866. Though we missed it ourselves, this display bodes well for next year. The experts clearly are on the right track; their successes can no longer be dismissed as lucky flukes. So when they claim that the Leonids should be even more numerous next November, few people are inclined to argue. Moonlight is not a problem for this month's return of the Geminids meteor shower, which lasts from the 7th to the 16th and should peak on the night of the 13th/14th with average rates in excess Adidas Yeezy Trainers Price
Leonids storms: one favouring the Americas and peaking between 10:00 and 11:00 GMT on 18 November; the other reaching its climax over the Far East a little after 18:00 GMT. The first, caused by Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 Cheap
Geminids diverge from a radiant point above Castor in Gemini and appear in growing numbers (in all parts of the sky) as the radiant climbs from low in the north east in the early evening to pass high in the south at 02:00. Often bright and yellowish, Geminids are also relatively slow and graceful as they enter the upper atmosphere at 35 km per second, half as fast as the Leonids. Our star charts have Gemini climbing in the east where Castor stands above Pollux and both stars are outshone by Jupiter, planted squarely in the heart of the constellation and now the brightest object (bar the Moon) in our night sky. Orion is unmistakable low in the east south east, his Belt pointing downwards to where Sirius rises a few minutes later. Taurus, with the Pleiades and the prominent planet Saturn, stands above Orion and climbs high into the south by midnight. Jupiter rises at Edinburgh's north eastern horizon at 17:55 on the 1st and at sunset on Hogmanay, with opposition due on 1 January, when the giant planet stands opposite the Sun in the sky and at its closest (626 million km). Jupiter climbs through the east to pass high in the south after midnight before sinking into the west before dawn.
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