A challenge to catch Mercury in twilight after sunset

July 28, 2017 at 11:46 am | Posted in Astrology | Comments Off on A challenge to catch Mercury in twilight after sunset

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astrology softwareOn July 30th, Mercury reaches its greatest eastern elongation of 27.2 degrees from the Sun. Generally, this is the best time to view this planet since it will be at its highest point above the horizon in the evening sky, but because of the angle of inclination of the ecliptic plane to the horizon, that is depending on geo-latitudes, people living in northern hemisphere cannot catch sight of Mercury with the naked eye now, they need at least a good pair of binoculars… But people from Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Argentina or Chile have very good chance for it. In some of my recent posts I wrote in detail about Mercury’s astro (- nomical/logical) connections – one of those:

Promethean Mercury turns direct

Anyway, to better understand the celestial background, view this zoomable chart above.

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