What a gorgeous morning Tuesday was, with a photogenic dawn and sunrise. Sylvia Schnople saw the waning crescent moon and Venus looking east from her balcony on Cotton Gin Alley.
It turns out that the moon and Venus are near their closest point right now, and will be closest on Wednesday morning, according to skywatcher Deborah Byrd at EarthSky.org.
Alas, the current forecast calls for clouds at dawn and sunrise Wednesday so we may miss it here in the Lake Norman area. All the more reason to enjoy Sylvia’s photo today!
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PHOTOS OF THE DAY
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