MERCURY'S & VENUS'S SKY PATHS 2013–2014 shows you two full years of the Inferior Planets' paths through the heavens!  Watch them sweep around and "overtake" the Sun as it moves along the Ecliptic through the Zodiac!  Observe their orbital positions, their phases, their changes in apparent size, their retrograde motion!  And don't forget their conjunctions and elongations!  Keep an eye on the Date Clock at upper right and you'll always know where the Inferior Planets are in the sky!  Best viewed in 720p, Full Screen; see controls at right end of video bar.


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