Venus, Mars & Jupiter, February 27, 2015

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Brilliant Venus shines from the western sky this evening with Mars nearby. Venus is now well past Mars. The planets are now nearly 3 degrees apart and separating by about 1 degree each day.

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At the same time, Jupiter shines from the eastern sky.  It appears about 15 degrees to the upper right of the star Regulus.

More posts about the planets:

Mars and Venus, February 2015

Venus as an Evening Star

Jupiter at opposition



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