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November 3rd Jupiter at Opposition. 

The largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter, lies opposite the Sun in the sky, and is visible all night.

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November 17/18 Leonid Meteor Shower. 

The Leonids' shooting stars are visible in the night of November 17 and early morning of November 18, with up to 15 meteors per hour.

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November 27  Full Moon / Beaver Moon. 

November's Full Moon is traditionally called a Beaver Moon, after beavers that build their dams during this time of the year

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December 4  Mercury at Greatest Elongation East. 

This might be a good time to try and spot Mercury: the planet appears at its farthest distance from the Sun in the evening sky.

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DID You Know? Part1

There are bodies of over 150 dead hikers on Mount Everest and they are used as Landmarks

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December 14/15 Geminid Meteors. 

One of the best meteor showers of the year, the Geminids peak on the night of December 14 and early morning hours of December 15.

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December 22 December Solstice. 

The December solstice, it is the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, it is the longest day of the year and is called the summer solstice.

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December 22/23 Ursid Meteors.

Catch the shooting stars of the last major meteor shower of the year, the Ursid.

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December 27 Cold Moon

One of the traditional names for the Full Moon in December is Cold Moon.

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