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Night Sky Viewing for March - Full Moon March 7

  After the conjunction of Venus-Jupiter(March 1,2), Venus will climb high in the sky, while Jupiter dives. March 7 - Full Moon, The Worm Moon* March 23,24 - A beautiful, slim Crescent Moon will hang just below Venus; the next night will feature the crescent just above a very bright Venus. Dwarf Planet Ceres will also be visible, but you will need binoculars or a telescope. What common breakfast food gets its name from Ceres? Watch the brief video... * Why the name, Worm Moon?

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