EDT (7:30 p.m. EST) at the start of the month and only one hour after sunset, or shortly before 6 p.m., as the month closes out. Saturn fades into the evening twilight in early December, reaching conjunction with the Sun later in the month. Mercury joins Saturn in the evening sky by the second half of November, but it will be so low in the southwest that trees and houses will prevent most folks from seeing it. Wait for a Mercury-Saturn conjunction next month. In the morning sky, Venus continues to burn with a yellow-white radiance low in the east at dawn, but it is getting lower with each passing day. Venus rises by 6 a.m. EDT (5 am EST), or only 1½ hours before sunrise, on the 1st, but only about 6:15 a.m., or 45 minutes before sunrise, on the 30th. Venus will vanish into the morning twilight during December, then slowly reappear during evening twilight in early 2018.
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