2020, March 23: Venus and Pleiades


Venus and Pleiades, March 23, 2020
2020, March 23: Venus is 10.4° to the lower right of Alcyone, the brightest star in the Pleiades.

Brilliant Venus shines brightly in the west this evening.  It is 10.4° to the lower right of Alcyone, the brightest star in the Pleiades.  Each evening Venus moves closer to the cluster.  Venus passes the Pleiades on April 3.  On March 28, the moon joins the scene.

For more about Venus as an Evening Star, visit this page.

 

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