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Venus and Jupiter in the eastern sky, a spectecular sight!

Early this morning, about 6 o’ clock UT the two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter, stood together in the eastern morning sky, a spectacular sight! They looked really impressive through my binoculars. Tomorrow morning Venus will be

standing right between Jupiter and Gamma Virginis. Next week, on November 9 and 10, Venus and Jupiter will line up with the crescent moon, again between 5.00hrs and 6.00hrs UT. Anyway, I got my digital camera out and mounted it on the tripod. Here are some of the results. Enjoy!

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Posted by Math on 11/05 at 04:03 AM
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