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Moon, Venus and Jupiter

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Now this was pretty. I snapped this about 5:45 am this morning. With the light in the east (to the left) you can sense the rising sun and how close the crescent moon, Venus, and Jupiter are to it. In the graceful arc they make, they also give a good indicator the "ecliptic," that curving band of sky that reaches from horizon to horizon where you always find the sun, moon, and planets.

Posted by Greg Stone at November 10, 2004 06:09 AM