Two planetary pairs join the moon soon

Two planetary pairs join the moon soon

Hutchinson : KS : USA | Jul 01, 2012 at 6:47 PM PDT
Source: The Hutchinson News
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The event also marked Venus' transition into the morning sky where it joins the king of planets, Jupiter. The two brightest planets dominate the morning sky in the east before sunrise, just as they did in the west after sunset during March and April. FULL ARTICLE AT The Hutchinson News
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