Your Sky Tonight - July 27, 2017

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Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions:
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Lots of cools alignments tonight: the crescent Moon, Jupiter and the 16th brightest star in the sky, Spica make a line. The Hubble Space Telescope also appears again just after sunset, and the 4th brightest star in the sky, Arcturus is high above our heads.

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