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at about midnight Local Time (LT), northern hemisphere,
or March 2:00 LT or May 22:00 LT
|Notes to the data
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At midnight in april the constellation of Ursa Major is still
overhead for northern hemisphere observers. The last winter constellations
Auriga, Gemini, and Canis Minor are visible in the western sky and the
prominent summer constellation Lyra is rising in the east.
Virgo with its brightest star Spica just has reached its highest
position in the southern direction.
The image of 2005 shows the planets Jupiter in Virgo and Saturn