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A beautiful Moon-Mars conjunction tonight

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Skywatchers, don’t miss this event. Tonight, Oct. 2nd, the Harvest Moon and Mars are in conjunction, less than 1 degree apart for sky observers. The Moon is nearly full, and bright red Mars is only days away from its closest approach to Earth, making the conjunction extra bright and beautiful. The celestial pair rise in the east just after sunset…

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