Moon to pair up with Venus this Month

There have been only a few examples, where the moon has appeared with Venus in the sky. Honestly, this is one of the best sights to behold. The coming of the second and third brightest celestial figures is sure to light up the skies next week. 

The moon is the second brightest object of the sky, while Venus is the third brightest. The two are expected to appear in the Sky early morning around September 13, 14 and 15. 

If you want to behold the view, you need to take a look at the east just before sunrise. Both the objects will be slightly visible even after sunrise but you need to have very good eyesight to enjoy the view. 

Moon and Venus

As per the predictions, the moon will be above Venus around 13th September, while it will be on the left of Venus on 14th and the 15th, a thin moon will appear to the left and right below Venus. Post that, the new moon will make its appearance on the sky on September 17th. 

The Earth and Neptune will be the closest to each other on September 11, but it won’t be visible. Even with the help of binoculars and telescopes, the planet will look nothing more than a star. 

This week and this month, you will be able to enjoy the views of the Big Dipper and Little Dipper. The Big Dipper will be available to the northwest. Little Dipper is very easy to identify. All you need to do is check for the handle and a bowl for the two outer stars. Once you detect the handle of Little Dipper, you will be able to identify the entire Little Dipper. 

Polaris, or the North Star, is popular as the handle of Little Dipper. 

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