Mission impossible? See Venus and Jupiter close together in the morning twilight sky.

November 12, 2017 | By | Add a Comment
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(Posted 12 November 2017) Venus and Jupiter will be very close on the morning of Monday 13 November 2017. They will just over one Moon width apart. However, they will be very low on the Eastern horizon. I would suggest taking binoculars outside to help you look for them.

26 March 2012 Venus, Moon and Jupiter conjunction as seen from Canberra (Australia). Telstra Tower is located to the left of Jupiter. Image (c) Paula Floyd.

Wide angle finder chart

Moon, Venus, Mars and Jupiter finder chart. Chart prepared for 4.15 am AEST / 5.15 am AEDT on Monday 13 November 2017 for the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (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 and Jupiter close up finder chart

Venus and Jupiter close up finder chart. Chart prepared for 4.15 am AEST / 5.15 am AEDT on Monday 13 November 2017 for the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (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 finder charts for November 2017 can be found here on this site.

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