"Many people have the misimpression that there is something special about the appearance of Mars on August 27th, as if it were substantially closer then than the day before or after," notes John Mosley of the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. "The reality is that Mars is close to earth all the month of August and will remain close all through September. The distances involved are great and they change little from one day to the next."
i can't see shite Although i wish i had the equipment to check some of that shit out. Star gazing n' planet watching n' all that brew ha ha is really interesting, especially if you have the goods to really apprciate it