Mars is bright, bold and golden in its hue, dominating the sky all night long as July sweeps into August, 2018. The fourth planet from the Sun reaches “opposition” July 27, opposite the Sun from the Earth and rising around sunset. Mars stay up all night and sets about when the Sun peaks over the northeast horizon.In early evening look for Mars low in the southeast. The planet is at its highest in the southern sky around 1 a.m., daylight savings time. As seen from the latitudes of mid- […]

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