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Planets pierce the twilight

September 2008: While some planets come to the fore this month, others fade away.
While some planets come to the fore this month, others fade away. Both Mercury and Mars drop out of view, but not before they have a fascinating conjunction with Venus. Brilliant Venus serves as a beacon to find the fainter planets in bright twilight.

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