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Mar 6 Last-quarter moon; Mercury max elongation (27.3 degrees – morn)
Mar 7 Mars between Pleiades and Hydes star clusters
Mar 11 Sun enters Pisces
Mar 13 New moon
Mar 14 Daylight time begins at 2 a.m. local time
Mar 19 Gemini (Caster and Pollux) in meridian at 9 p.m.
Mar 20 Vernal equinox at 05:27; Cancer and Beehive star cluster on meridian at 10
Mar 21 First Quarter Moon
Mar 22 Civil twilight ends at about 8 p.m.
Mar 28 Full moon
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