That's correct. Uranus is going to be the toughie, just a few degrees up in morning twilight. Maybe we'll have some new members in the Nine Planet Club. The 10th planet, Sedna, I guess that's Andes spelled backwards, we won't worry about. Not with a 10,000 year orbit. Jack Jones Public Events Saguaro Astronomy Club Phoenix AZ spicastar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx www.saguaroastro.org > I'm sure most everyone is aware - but in addition to the Messier's > tomorrow...dedicated observers with enough aperture to find Pluto also > have the opportunity to view all nine planets (or is it 8? Or 10 now? > I get confused anymore) in one evening. Mercury will be the challenge > object in the evening, and Uranus the "challenge" object in the morning > sky. > See you all there, > > Mike -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.