2018, November 10: Morning Star Venus Sparkles Before Sunrise

November 10, 2018: Venus approaches Spica. This morning they are 2 degrees apart.

Brilliant Morning Star Venus shines this morning from the pre-sunrise sky in the southeast.  The planet is 2 degrees to the lower left of the star Spica.  During the next four mornings watch Venus close in on the star.  A binocular helps with the location of Spica.

More about Venus in the morning sky:

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