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The Sky this Week: August 28–September 6, 2015

Neptune reaches opposition and peak visibility today. Because it lies opposite the Sun in our sky, it rises at sunset and appears highest in the south around 1 a.m. local daylight time. But you can start searching for it by 10 p.m., when it lies one-quarter of the way from the southeastern horizon to the zenith.

read more: The Sky this Week: August 28–September 6, 2015 | Astronomy.com

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