Naked eye astronomy – Moon and the Morning Star

Astronoger insight

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Moon and Venus at late Pisces (tropical zodiac).  When you get up in the morning, look out your eastern facing window, you can catch the Moon with Venus.  Venus will be the bright star (planet) to the right.
Time to play dress up or make believe.

All positions at noon, Mountain Time, USA

(Lights)
Moon                   Pisces @ 26 deg.
Sun                       Taurus @ 03 deg.

(Rocky Midgets)
Mercury             Aries @ 27 deg. (Retrograde until May 3, 2017)
Venus                 Pisces @ 28 deg.
Mars                    Gemini @ 01 deg.

(Gas Giants)
Jupiter               Libra @ 16 deg. (Retrograde until June 9, 2017)
Saturn  …

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