Tonight Venus passes directly between Earth and an elusive cluster of stars known as the Pleiades.

Once every eight years, a luminous Venus passes directly between Earth and an elusive cluster of stars known as the Pleiades. Tonight, you’ll have a chance to witness this event with your own eyes. The photo up top was taken a few days ago on the evening of March 31st, and showcases the two astronomical entities that you’ll be looking for. Obvious-as-ever is Venus, the brightest object in the night sky save for the Moon, beaming on the right.

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Jupiter and Venus near the moon today!!

Today 26 February the Jupiter and Venus are near the moon. you can see the two planets near the moon. See the sky and find the moon. You can see two bright stars. One is Jupiter and other one is Venus.  Enjoy!!!!! Here is a picture of the moon and the planets seen in the west side of the sky

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