Jupiter Sighted at Noon

By: Brillig , 10:58 PM GMT on December 01, 2008

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OK, this isn't the most glamorous photo, but how often do you get to see Jupiter, Venus, and the Moon at noon? That's what's pictured here.

The Moon and Venus are easy to spot. Jupiter is at the top of the picture, just to the left of the leaf that's blowing across the picture.

Noon Moon, Venus, Jupiter (Brillig)
Jupiter and Venus are both visible during the day if you know where to look. Today, the moon provides a convenient reference. Here you see all three. Jupiter is very faint, just to the left of the leaf blowing in the wind.
Noon Moon, Venus, Jupiter

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