Sky WaTch

Austin American-Statesman - - METRO & STATE -

The nearly full moon is in the south­east at sun­set. When the sky is darker, can you spot the bright red star Antares just to the west of the moon? If so, you’re see­ing light that left that star in ap­prox­i­mately A.D. 1460.

— Mor­ri­son Plan­e­tar­ium, Cal­i­for­nia Academy of Sci­ences

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