March 26, 2021: Venus reaches its superior conjunction today. The sun is between Earth and the planet.
On February 11, 2021: Venus passes Jupiter during the daytime in a spectacular proximate conjunction.
January 21, 2021: Several bright stars are in the morning sky. This morning look for Antares in the east-southeast. Mercury – near its greatest elongation – is in the west-southwest after sunset. Mars and the moon are near each other. Planet Uranus is near Mars.
January 17, 2021: Venus slowly slides into bright sunlight. Step outside to see starry mornings. In the evening sky, Mercury is low in the sky after sunset. The moon is near a fish. Mars approaches the planet Uranus.
January 14, 2021: Venus is slowly disappearing from the morning sky. It is low in the southeast during bright morning twilight.
January 13, 2021: As sunrise approaches brilliant Venus is visible low in the southeast before sunrise.
January 12, 2021: Brilliant Morning Star Venus is slowly slipping into the sun’s glare. It rises about 2 minutes later each morning this month
January 11, 2021: During bright twilight, the razor-thin crescent moon joins Venus in the southeast.
January 6-10, 2021: Each morning the moon moves through the starfield, displays its waning phases to approach Morning Star Venus.
2021: January 2: This morning the bright gibbous moon is to the right of the star Regulus.