Dyer, Alan
March 2015
SkyNews: The Canadian Magazine of Astronomy & Stargazing;Mar/Apr2015, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p26
The article previews the total lunar eclipse that will occur on Easter weekend in 2015. Topics covered include the location of Jupiter in the dim constellation of Cancer the crab, how spring provides excellent nights for observing the dark side of the Moon, and how Jupiter will halt its westward retrograde motion near the Beehive star cluster of Messier 44.


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