What to See in the Sky at the Beginning of November?

( Wonder what November is preparing for the astronomy lovers? Read our article to learn more about noteworthy astronomical events of November 3–8, 2020. )

Southern Taurids meteor shower peak

The Moon this week

The bright planets

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