Early riser? Mars, Venus and Jupiter early morning show continues.

October 31, 2015 | By | Add a Comment
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(Posted 31 October 2015) If you are an early riser, don’t forget to keep an eye on the current morning encounter between Mars, Venus and Jupiter. On Tuesday morning (3 November 2015), Venus and Mars will only be separated by three quarters of a degree or one and a half Moon widths.

Venus, Mars and Jupiter finder chart. Chart prepared for 4 am AEST / 5 am AEDT on Tuesday 7 November 2015 for the Gold Coast, Queensland (but will be also useful for elsewhere in Eastern Australia). Chart prepared using the highly recommended Sky Safari Pro tablet app. Used with permission.

Venus, Mars and Jupiter finder chart. Chart prepared for 4 am AEST / 5 am AEDT on Tuesday 3 November 2015 for the Gold Coast, Queensland (but will be also useful for elsewhere in Eastern Australia). Chart prepared using the highly recommended Sky Safari Pro tablet app. Used with permission.

More planetary finder charts for November 2015 can be found here on my website.

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This website is maintained by Paul Floyd. I am an amateur astronomer (and school teacher) with 25 years experience (as at 2015) in running a range of education and public astronomy outreach activities. As of January 2015, I have been providing astronomy information via the WWW for eighteen years.