Venus and the moon, June 29, 2020.

2020, August 15: Moon, Venus Morning View


Moon and Venus are  spectacular in morning sky!

by Jeffrey L. Hunt

The moon appears 3.4° to the upper left of Venus this morning among the stars of western Gemini.

This evening, locate Jupiter and Saturn in the southeastern sky after sunset.

The first sightings of Sirius by the unaided eye occur during the next few mornings about 45 minutes before sunrise.

Here is a daily summary about the planets during August.

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