Astronomical Topics

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    Astronomical Phenomena for February.—Venus is becoming increasingly conspicuous as an evening star; the planet is drawing away from the sun, and going farther to the north of it; its stellar magnitude is -3.5, three-quarters of the disc being illuminated. Venus will be near the moon on the evening of Feb. 9, and about a degree north-west of Uranus on the evening of Feb. 26.

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    Astronomical Topics. Nature 129, 173 (1932) doi:10.1038/129173a0

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