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In last week’s Sky Watch column, I urged you to get out in the evening and watch the great winter constellations, such as Orion the Hunter and his gang of bright shiners, on the rise in the eastern sky. This week, I urge you to get out in the early morning, as early as 1 a.m. or well before morning twilight. All those great winter constellations will still be out there but by then they’ll have shifted over to the western heavens because of Earth’s rotation.
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