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The three brightest objects in the night sky are set to create a spectacular triangle Saturday (Aug. 23) morning, and weather permitting, early-rising skywatchers should be able to catch the celestial action. During the past couple of weeks, observers have been treated to a ” twilight tango ” between the two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter. Like two ships passing in the night, they first approached each other and then appeared to pass extremely close to each other on Aug. 18. Venus and Jupiter still adorn the morning sky at dawn, but they are now starting to go their separate ways after their spectacular mid-August tryst.



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