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2019: February 27-March 3: Morning Star Venus, Jupiter, Saturn & Moon

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The morning sky during late February and early March 2019. Each morning is displayed for seven seconds then the series repeats.

The moon passes the morning planets during late February and early March 2019.  Step outside at about 1 hour before sunrise.  Check your local sunrise time.

Here are the highlights for these mornings:

 

2019, February 28: Morning Star Venus, Saturn, Moon, and Jupiter arch across the southeastern morning sky. The moon as about midway between Jupiter and Saturn.

 

 

2019, March 1: This morning the moon is moon is nearly 3 degrees to the upper right of Saturn, partly obscured by a cloud.

 

 

2019, March 1: This morning the crescent moon is over 4 degrees from Venus. Saturn and Jupiter appear to the upper right.

 

2019, March 1: A closer view of the moon and Venus.

 

 

More about the morning planets:

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