Jupiter rules, meteors flare, and the Moon turns red
August 2007: Venus and Saturn delight early this month, while a lunar eclispe comes near August's end.
August 1, 2007
|Venus and Saturn slip into evening twilight early this month. Jupiter then rules as the only naked-eye planet, visible low in the south as darkness falls. |
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