Venus planetary conjunction

Venus planetary conjunction

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Credit: JOHN SANFORD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Venus planetary conjunction. Venus, Saturn and Regulus together in the night sky. The planet Venus is the largest and brightest object at upper centre, with the planet Saturn and the star Regulus seen as small bright objects at centre left and at left of top centre respectively. Regulus (also called Alpha Leonis) is part of the constellation Leo. A star filter has been used to produce the starbursts. Photographed on 10th October 2007 from Starhome Observatory, California, USA.

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