Daily cosmobite: Mercury and the Moon

Daily cosmobite: Mercury and the Moon

Published by Nick Lomb on February 27, 2014 2 Comments

27_Mercury and the Moon_Nick LombOver the last few mornings the elusive planet Mercury has appeared before dawn low in the eastern sky, far below bright Venus. Tomorrow morning a very thin crescent Moon, only a day and a half before it is new, is to the left or north of Mercury.

Mercury and the Moon. Chart Nick Lomb

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  1. February 27, 2014 at 8:35 am, John Hanlon said:

    Hi Nick , I look forward to your comments each morning,and where to look for stars , being new at this game ,it is a great help if you know where to look and what you are looking at…..


    • February 27, 2014 at 10:38 am, Nick Lomb said:

      Hello John. Thanks for your comments. I am pleased that you find the Daily cosmobites and other posts helpful and of interest as that is the whole reason for writing them.




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