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Fort Wayne Astronomical Society, General Meeting Tuesday,
September 16, 7:30pm, University of Saint Francis Schouweiler Planetarium.
Free public observing every clear Saturday night, April through November, at our new location, Jefferson Township Park.
Observing Planetary Nebula, Why They Should be Your Favorite Objects, by Joe Novosel.
The September Night Sky: Mercury is low in the West and gets a little further from Sun's glare later in the month, furthest
the 22nd. Mars and Jupiter grow further apart and lower thru the month in the evening SW sky. The star Spica, Mercury and
the slim crescent Moon form a temporary triangle low above the Western horizon as evening twilight ends on the 26th.
The Moon is in between the planets Mars and Jupiter on the 28th. 29th; the star Antares, Mars, Saturn and the slim crescent
Moon are visible  above the Western horizon as evening twilight ends. New Moon Sept. 24