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Brilliant Sirius shines in the south after dusk -- the first star to come out after sunset. Orion will be to Siriu's right, tilting toward the southwest. The Big Dipper, meanwhile, is already high in the northeast, standing on its handle. Follow the handle's curve far down and around to the lower right, and there you'll find bright Arcturus rising by mid-evening. Jupiter, brighter still, is off to the right of Arcturus.

Cassini Finds an Atmophere on Saturn's Moon Enceladus - Mar. 16, 2005

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