At 6:00 a.m. and an easy 26° high, look for Virgo’s famous blue star Spica to the right of dazzling Venus. Venus will rise in the ESE with Spica not long behind it. At 6:00 a.m. they will be almost due SE.
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Spica is the brightest object in the constellation of Virgo and one of the 20 brightest stars in the night sky. It has the Bayer designation α Virginis, which is Latinised to Alpha Virginis and abbreviated Alpha Vir or α Vir. Analysis of its parallax shows that it is located 250±10 light-years from the Sun. It is a spectroscopic binary star and rotating ellipsoidal variable; a system whose two stars are so close together they are egg-shaped rather than spherical, and can only be separated by their spectra. The primary is a blue giant and a variable star of the Beta Cephei type.
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Time: See above.Location: East side beaches
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