Looking west this evening at 7:45 p.m. CDT, Jupiter is slightly lower than Venus compared to last night. The separation will continue for several more weeks. (This image was made with a two second exposure.) After seeing the dazzling display… Read More ›
Venus and Jupiter are closest this evening. This digital image was made at 7:45 p.m. CDT. Each night the pair will separate with Jupiter appearing lower in sky. Read our March skywatching guide here.
Venus and Jupiter appear closer this evening. Beginning tomorrow, look one hour later because of Daylight Saving Time. For more information, see this month’s description of the planets.