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The early morning of Thursday August 17.
It’s worth looking at the pre-sunrise sky
and watching Venus Continue reading “Dawn Ceres”
The Moon passes Venus on the route down
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The Moon, tomorrow morning, cruises down past Mars and Venus.
You may have seen, or contemplated, the three planets in today’s pre-dawn sky, with the Last Quarter Moon hanging above them. This is how they came to be so beautifully grouped for us.
A welcome to you if you’ve just learned about this blog. Here’s a welcome from the sky.
I’m sorry Continue reading “Tomorrow morning”
The dawn scene on the other side of the Sun will be rising into your weary view:
Over in the morning sky, Venus –