Saturday, March 4, 2017

Many Stars can be seen tonight in clear sky

Tonight … Moon hides Aldebaran
From the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean - during the evening hours tonight - you can watch the star Aldebaran disappear behind the moon's dark edge, then reappear on its illuminated side. (March 4, 2017 – people around the world will see the rather wide waxing crescent moon shining close to Aldebaran, the brightest star in the constellation Taurus the Bull. From the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean, the moon more than comes close to Aldebaran. You can actually watch Aldebaran disappear behind the dark side of the moon and then reappear on the moon’s illuminated side during the evening hours tonight.)

Aldebaran is the bright "red eye" and Pleiades is on shoulder of Taurus.

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