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Fort Wayne Astronomical Society, General Meeting Tuesday,
November 17, 7:30pm, University of Saint Francis, Schouweiler Planetarium. The Public is welcome.
Program: Visiting the World's Largest Telescopes, the Telescopes of Mauna Kea, by Ken Haenftling.
November Sky: Morning planets continue their show in the east-southeast. Look at 5 a.m. Nov. 3 to see Venus and Mars next
to each other and Jupiter not far above them. On Nov. 7 an hour before sunrise the crescent moon is near Venus with Mars and
Jupiter above them. The planets move higher and further apart as the month goes on. Saturn appears just above the horizon in
the southwest 45 minutes after sunset Nov. 1 . It might be visible for a few more days. The North Taurid meteor shower peaks
the night of Nov. 11-12, and the Leonid shower, between midnight and dawn the night of Nov. 17-18. June Gladfelter.