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Mohamed Mohamed
06:58 pm

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Canon SX730 HS

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Jupiter , Saturn and Venus.
( Altair ) is the brightest star in the constellation of Aquila and the twelfth-brightest star in the night sky.
The alignment of the planets (Venus, Saturn and Jupiter) in the dome of the sky after sunset over the southwest horizon, where Venus will shine more than usual in late November and early December 2021. Also visible at the top is the star (Altair), a star located in the constellation Vulture and forming the head of the eagle. It was so named because with the two stars next to it, they are also within the constellation of Vulture, forming an eagle that has spread its wings and can be seen from the northern hemisphere, and it is the brightest star in it. It is also one of the brightest stars.