As November closes, Venus shines brightly from the southwestern sky during early evening hours. It now sets about 2.5 hours after the sun. Mars is 24 degrees to the upper left of Venus. See the links to the accompanying articles for more about observing the planets.
- Venus as an Evening Star, 2016-2017
- Chart and Image Collection
- The Venus-Mars Encounter
- Jupiter’s Year with Spica: A Triple Conjunction