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Jan,Feb,Mar 2010 Sky Sights for Primary Grades & Beginners by Dr. Bob Doyle
Next Version: Early March 2010
Saturn E. in late even., Merc @ dawn, late J.
Big Dipper in NNE, top * pts. left to N. *
Top scoop * points right to Sickle of Leo
Tawes Hall near FSU Clock Tower, Lane Center With convenient free parking, hand. access
Limited free literature: Monthly sky map, bookmark/schedule, beginner’s guide to universe
Late comers not admitted, come 10 min.early