Mercury is so tiny and close to the sun it can be tricky to see. But now it’s at its greatest “angular separation” – so grab your binoculars and train them on the east
27 November 2019
MERCURY passed in front of the sun two weeks ago in a rare transit event. This week, we get a chance to see the planet at night. But you will have to set your alarm.
Did You See This CB Softwares?
37 SOFTWARE TOOLS... FOR $27!?Join Affiliate Bots Right Away
Mercury and Venus are known as inferior planets, because they orbit closer to the sun than Earth does. On 28 November, Mercury reached its greatest western elongation. This is the point in its 88-day orbit of the sun when the distance between the sun and Mercury as seen from Earth is the biggest it gets. This apparent distance is also known as the angular separation. …