Due to the winter storm south of us, the first few nights and mornings only offered a glimmer behind the cloud cover. Last night the sky was beautiful and I did capture this picture of the moon. I hoped to get up this morning, one article suggests the best time to view this phenomenon is seventy to eighty minutes before sunrise. Are you wondering what excitement is happening?
A great drama unfolds in the predawn sky throughout January, 2016. Beginning around January 20, all five bright planets will appear simultaneously before dawn."
Earthsky.org article - click here to read entire article with more details & pictures
My goal is to get up early enough, on a day without cloud cover, to witness this cool happening. And it would only be better if I can take a few pics too and share them with all of you.
"The Morning Moon" has moon pics from last year, click on "The Morning Moon" to view.
Have a great night and if you capture a pic or two, tag me on Facebook when you share so I can see too. I'm hoping we can capture this spectacular with our cameras.