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A day with two dawns

November 2012: Jupiter approaches its peak during November and shines brilliantly among the background stars of Taurus nearly all night.
Jupiter approaches its peak during November and shines brilliantly among the background stars of Taurus nearly all night. Venus and Saturn court each other in the morning sky late this month, a spectacular union that places them within the same low-power telescopic field.

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