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    Brightest planet in the sky tonight
    From: Don Seltzer
    Date: 2018 Oct 24, 15:51 -0400
    Thanks to Fox17 News in Nashville for advance notice of this remarkable event:

    'Another unique aspect of today's moon is it will make a close pass by Uranus. NASA states the planet and the sun will appear to be on exact opposite sides of the sky, making it the brightest and easiest planet to observe tonight. NASA says due to the close pass, some may experience glare issues when trying to get a good look at Uranus.'

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