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The shining —what’s twinkling above

February 21, 2012
By AILEEN O'DONOGHUE , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

The moon will be new at 5:36 this evening. That means it will be aligned with the sun in our sky and, thus, invisible. It may be visible Wednesday night as a very thin crescent if you have a low western horizon. By Thursday evening, a thicker crescent will be easily visible as it will be 20 degrees above the west southwestern horizon at sunset and set an hour and 20 minutes after the sun.



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