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This article from Sky & Telescope describes how to observe the zodiacal light, which is caused by light scattering from solar system dust. The optimum locations, times of the day, and months are mentioned. A photograph illustrates the phenomenon, and the diagram shows the relative positions of the sun, the earth, and a band of solar system dust. Visitors to the site can comment on their observations.
Sky Publishing Corporation. Have You Seen the Zodiacal Light?. Cambridge: Sky Publishing Corporation, March 25, 2008. http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/home/16987266.html (accessed 28 July 2016).
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