Skywatchers who venture outside tonight (Jan. 13) after 11 p.m. local time and look east-southeast will likely take notice of the waning gibbous moon and a very bright yellowish-orange “star” glowing well above and to its left. That “star,” however, is actually the Red Planet, Mars. In truth, the apparent distance between our natural satellite […]
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