The must-see event in the night sky this week is for early risers. As long as the clouds are working together, it’s worth setting the alarm. A slender crescent moon meets the bright planet Venus in the morning sky. To improve the aesthetics of the view, the conjunction takes place just below the body of Leo the lion.
The graph shows the view from London to the east on October 14th at 6:00 a.m. At this point the sky is still completely dark. This morning the moon will only have lit 10% of its surface, and Venus will be a brilliant, jewel-like point of light in the sky before sunrise.
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From the southern hemisphere, the view is not that easy to see. The further south you are, the closer to sunrise the pairing rises. From Sydney, Australia, for example, the moon and Venus will appear in the brighter morning sky, and Leo will appear on his side north of the conjunction.
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