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For an object at about RA 6h and close to the celestial equator, viewed from 37 degrees N, it becomes visible in the early morning on about July 20th, and it is is visible at some point during the night until about May 20th, when it sets shortly after the sun. Between May 20th and July 20th it is not visible. (Determined Stellarium) An example of such an ...


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