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    Smile Mars and Antares



    I just can't take my eyes off these two together, they are one of my favorite objects and seeing them together is a real treat for me

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    Default Re: Mars and Antares

    Both are always a favorite!
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    Default Re: Mars and Antares

    And we get Saturn also

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    Yes agree, but also Saturn, being in Chicago with heavy light pollution those 3 show up the brightest for me.
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    I'm glad you said this. It has been a real pleasure to see Mars, Antares, and Saturn gleaming so bright and warm for so many nights. Even nights that turned out not great for observing still showed these beauties..
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