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    Day Time Jupiter Observation
    From: Greg Rudzinski
    Date: 2009 Nov 23, 16:28 -0800

    Today Jupiter was in the neighborhood of the Moon and can be seen
    clearly with a good pair of 7x50mm binoculars throughout the day.
    Observing Jupiter through a 7x35mm scope on a Tamaya sextant proved to
    be more challenging and an observation wasn't made until about an hour
    before sunset. Now that I'm over fifty my eyes seem to have collected
    quite a few floaters which make observing faint bodies against a light
    blue sky very difficult. With enough persistence and patience though
    these difficult observations are possible.
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