Tonight from our LA area: Time: Fri Nov 23 6:04 PM, Visible: 2 min, Max
Height: 68°, Appears: 29° above WSW, Disappears: 43° above NNE. That's
in one hour! Sorry for the short notice. All you have to do is step
outside, look above the horizon facing West-SouthWest. It will be
visible about 1/3 of the way from horizon to overhead, and will
dissappear 2 minutes later in the NNE.
Also my last email mentioned the total eclipse in January 2019 with a
correct link, but it is a total *LUNAR *eclipse, not solar, as I wrote.
Thanks to those who caught my boo boo! Again, here's the January 20
Total Lunar Eclipse info for LA.
, tho' it will be
visible across the US as shown here on this map.
Keep looking up! Jane
Jane Houston Jones
What's Up #137: Nov 2018 Planets, asteroid, comet, Leonids
All 137 What’s Ups since 2007: https://go.nasa.gov/2usaBaB