For June 20 and 21, 2015
If you have clear sky over the western horizon at about 45 minutes after the sunset then don’t miss this beautiful spectacles. On 2oth thin lunar crescent will be see south (or left) of brilliant Venus and Jupiter. Star Regulus ( is Magha nakshtra) is in line with the two planets and above them. Then on 21st the lunar crescent is between Jupiter and Venus.
If you are flying : If close to sunset you are flying northwards (like from Mumbai to Delhi) A or Alpha seat. Flying south like Kolkata to Chennai take F or Foxtrot (in 737).
Jupiter and Venus are closing – they will be less than half a degree from each other on the evening of July 1st – come back to this page for a graphic about this event.
*** Happy Sky Gazing ***
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