Sunday, March 25, 2012

Check out tonight's sky

Very striking configuration lighting up the western sky this evening:
Sort of like a backwards cosmic "L" framed by those wax myrtles I mentioned two days ago.
Checking with Earthsky reveals that this represents the following alignment:
The site headline for March 25 read, "Moon and Jupiter closest in west after sunset"
Anyway, I'd say this enchanting alignment represents a very fitting end to a spectacular weekend, weather-wise.  In the spring and fall, Houston's weather can't be beat!

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