Your Sky Tonight - July 24, 2017

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Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions:
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Tonight just after sunset promises to be quite exciting in the northern hemisphere. The International Space Station begins its overhead track, the planet Mercury peeks out low in the west, and the planets Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn follow a path across the sky known as the ecliptic.

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