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This information is based on observations made on July 11, 2001.

 Around sunset, an observer will be able to see:

    Mars slightly below Pluto in the Southeastern sky near the Scorpius constellation

        The constellations of Leo and Virgo in the west

        The constellation of Cassiopeia an the northeastern horizon

 

Around midnight, an observer will be able to see:

        Uranus and Neptune in the southeast near the constellation of Capricornicus constellation

        The constellation of Virgo setting in the west

        The Moon rising shortly before midnight near the rising constellation of Pisces

 

Around sunrise, an observer will be able to see:

        Mercury and Jupiter in the east near the constellation of Orion

        Saturn and Venus higher in the east near the constellation of Taurus

        The Moon high in the sky

         Neptune and Uranus in the west near the constellation of Capricornicus

 

An observer should be aware the viewing the sky, planets, and stars is more difficult in and around the city and suburbs of Atlanta due to light pollution.