Celestial Events

Rao, Joe
April 1995
Natural History;Apr95, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p78
Charts the location of heavenly bodies in April 1995. Partial eclipse of the moon; Annular eclipse of the sun; Location of planets; Lyrid meteor shower.


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