So many of you posted wonderful shots of this morning’s pairing of the moon with the brightest planet, Venus in the predawn sky today and yesterday (March 27 and 28). Here are a few of our favorites. Thanks to all who posted!
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The moon and Venus, 5:30 a.m.on March 28, Germany, by Amanda Donaho
Matthew Chin caught Venus and the moon on March 28 in Hong Kong
From Gaby Herrera, the moon and Venus on the morning of 3/27/14 around 5:30 a.m over El Paso Tx
Dan Fischer caught the moon and Venus on March 27 from Konigwinter, Germany.
Aniruddha Bhat caught the moon and Venus on March 27 from Maryland.
Giuseppe M.R. Petricca caught the moon and Venus on March 27 from Pisa, Italy, and created this mosaic. On the far left, you can see that the phase of planet Venus is a little more than 50%. On the far right, you can see more details of the current phase of the lunar cycle.
Swati Malde caught the moon and Venus on March 27 from Nairobi, Kenya.
Hector Zuniga shows us where this morning’s moon and Venus appeared in front of the stars.
Ken Christison caught the moon and Venus on March 27 from North Carolina.
Juri Voit caught the moon and Venus on March 27 from Estonia.
Douglas Borcoman sent his greetings from Sedona, Arizona, and the video below:
Annie Lewis captured them from Madrid, Spain.
Amanda Donaho captured the moon and Venus on March 27, 2014 from Germany.
Bottom line: Photos from friends around the world of the March 27, 2014 pairing of the moon with Venus. Thank you, everyone, for posting!