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  • Catch Elusive Mercury in June's Night Sky
    The planet Mercury is often cited as the most difficult of the five bright planets to see. Called an "inferior planet" because its orbit is nearer to the sun than Earth's, Mercury — scarcely more than half as far from the sun as Venus is — always appears from our vantage point to be in the same general direction as the sun and is usually lost in the sunlight.
    June 13, 2013 - SPACE.com via Yahoo! News
  • Still time to catch sight of elusive Mercury
    By Joe RaoSpace.comThe planet Mercury is often cited as the most difficult of the five bright planets to see. Called an "inferior planet" because its orbit is nearer to the sun than Earth's, Mercury — scarcely more than half as far from the sun as Venus is — always appears from our vantage point to be in the same general direction as the sun and is usually lost in the sunlight.Yet Mercury is not ...
    June 13, 2013 - NBC NEWS
  • Finding a view to a thrill at U.S. Open
    ARDMORE, Pa. - If you want to see the best of the historic U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open in Pinehurst next year, find a good vantage point and stay there, veteran golf watchers say.
    June 12, 2013 - The Fayetteville Observer