Seeing double

Nicholson, Thomas D.
August 1990
Natural History;Aug90, Vol. 99 Issue 8, p72
Presents various celestial events for August. Appulse of Venus and Jupiter on August 13; Partial lunar eclipse on August 6; Perseid meteor shower on August 10-14; Antares star in Scorpius; References a sky map in the July issue of 'Natural History.'


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