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Answered 2007-09-17 15:00:13

Send me an exact time and direction, and I will send you the name of the constellation(s). There are many around the sky at your location just after sunset, but the sky is still very bright at that time. Among the constellations that are there and probably not visible are: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces, Andromeda, Libra, Scorpius and of course Ursa Major.

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