The Happy Face Conjunction – Jupiter, Venus, and the Moon
This isn’t strictly geology related, but still interesting. Has anyone checked out the planetary/lunar conjunction that has been happening the past few days between our moon, Jupiter, and Venus? It’s been quite spectacular.
An article from Space.com explains more.
In case you missed it, you can see this again on November 18, 2052!
Also, here is a crop from my camera. You can actually see Jupiter’s moons!
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