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
@jhjones @otastro
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