Hi Everyone,
Once again you can see The Planet Venus Shining Brightly in the South Eastern Morning Sky,
the best time to look is between 6:00am and 7:00am right at Dawn!

I was in Jupiter, Florida for my Art Exhibit again this year, I stayed at a nice little Hotel called “The Palms” in Hobe Sound, on Highway US1 North.

It was really nice to wake up and see Venus shining brightly from the beautiful and sunny Jupiter, Florida area.

A very nice change from the extreme cold, Ice, & Snow at my home in Dayton, Ohio!!!

Thankfully I will be going back down to Florida several more times on business this next month!

Do you want to see two bright planets in the morning sky?
Tomorrow morning around the same time (6:30am to 7:00am E.S.T) when you look at Venus low in the South East,
You should also take a look in the southwest for the Waning Gibbous Moon, right above the Moon you will see a bright orange star, this is actually The Planet Mars! There will be another bright white star low in the south that makes a triangle with Mars & the Moon this will be the bright Star Spica or Alpha Virgo!

Enjoy Venus & Mars in the Early Morning Sky!!!
Canon Rebel Xsi, 17mm Lens, ISO 400, 2 Seconds.

Best Regards,
John Chumack