Saturn in the evening. Mercury at nightfall from southerly latitudes. Venus and Mars before dawn. Jupiter emerges from dawn glow in mid-September.
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View larger. For illustrative purposes, the moon appears larger than it does in the real sky. Mid-northern latitudes in Europe and Asia will see the moon somewhat offset toward the previous date. The green line on the above chart depicts the ecliptic - Earth's orbital plane projected onto the constellations of the Zodiac.
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