2019, January 26: Venus, Jupiter, and Antares

Brilliant Morning Star Venus continues to dazzle the pre-sunrise sky in the southeast.  Earlier this week, Venus passed Jupiter.  This morning they are over 4 degrees apart as Venus heads toward a conjunction with Saturn next month.  The star Antares is over 8 degrees to the right of Jupiter.  This morning, the gibbous moon is outside the frame.  It is headed toward displays with Jupiter and Venus next week.

More about the morning planets:

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