Moon, Jupiter, Orion last night
We hear so often from so many of you that your skies are cloudy. And we encourage you to sneak a peak sometime beyond any possible holes between the clouds! Here’s what Jv Noriega captured between holes in the clouds last night (November 21, 2013) over his home in Manila, Philippines. Notice Jupiter right next to the moon. Both the moon and Jupiter are so bright that they can withstand a bit of cloud.
The easy-to-see constellation Orion and sky’s brightest star, Sirius – sometimes called the Dog Star – are also nearby.
Jupiter will still be near the moon tonight. Find charts and read more about the view on November 22.