Cold and spellbinding: An alignment of planets in the sunset sky

This might be a good time to turn your cameras towards the night sky, with Jupiter, Venus and the moon converging on one another.

Here’s a photo I took of a previous convergence, or conjunction as I believe the phenomenon is also known.

Conjunction of Moon, Venus & Jupiter with clouds

Dr. Tony Phillips writes on physorg.com,

The brightest planets in the solar system are lining up in the evening sky, and you can see the formation—some of it at least—tonight.

Read the full article

Published by Steve Crane

I'm known as craniac or strandloper. I'm a programmer. I'm fifty-something, married and have two grown sons. I'm fat, lazy and don't get as much exercise as I should. I'm a keen amateur photographer.

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