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Daily cosmobite: Venus and Jupiter

Venus and Jupiter on the morning of 18 August 2014If the sky is clear it maybe worthwhile rising early tomorrow morning as the two brightest objects in the night sky apart from the Moon, Venus and Jupiter will be close to each other. Separated by less than a moon-width, the two planets will be low in the east in the brightening dawn sky.

Venus and Jupiter on the morning of 18 August 2014. Chart Nick Lomb

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