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Big Dipper And Cassiopeia Harmonize At Dusk

3 Sep 2018, 20:24 UTC
Big Dipper And Cassiopeia Harmonize At Dusk Stellarium

Look to the northwest to find the Big Dipper, which forms the tail and hindquarters of the Great Bear. The familiar figure is just now easing down toward the northwestern horizon in sync with the time bears begin to hibernate. For many skywatchers, the bear remains low in the trees or mountaintops — or even hidden below the horizon for the Deep South — from mid-fall through early winter.

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