(Pictures) 2 day
old (baby) moon near Venus on 26th!!!
16 "I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give you this
TESTIMONY FOR THE CHURCHES. I AM the Root and the
Offspring of David, and THE BRIGHT MORNING STAR."
All five visible
planets can be seen sometime tonight, starting with
Venus at dusk and ending with Mercury at dawn. The
waxing crescent moon and the sky’s brightest planet,
Venus, shine low in the southwest at dusk. They will
be noticeable as the brightest objects in the evening
twilight, but they’ll be quite low over the western
horizon. Catch the moon and Venus early, for the
twosome will follow the sun beneath the horizon by
Saturday, Dec. 24
•New Moon (exact at 1:06 p.m. EST).
Monday, Dec. 26
•Venus shines left of the crescent Moon as twilight
lovely sight. They're about 7° apart as seen
around the times
of twilight for North America. And use binoculars to
the wide double star Alpha Capricorni near the Moon's
or upper right, as seen at the top of this page.