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  1. Jaynator495
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    good god man the second you posted this my openstudy crashed... >_> LOL

  2. hba
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    From this view all planets go round the sun anti-clockwise, Venus the faster than the Earth which is faster than Jupiter. So in a months time (mid of August) Venus would be on the other side of the Sun relative to Earth and would become visible in the early morning eastern sky just before sunrise by the end of August. Jupiter would similarly go into the glare of the sun during August and would be visible in the morning in the later half of September.

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    Just a share for my friends on OS who have interest in astrology

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