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Monday, March 19, 2012
Anyone taking the time to gaze at the recent night sky has been (and will be) treated to a pretty amazing display. In Chicago the combination of warm weather, clear skies and the position of the planets has made for spectacular views.

In the early evening Geneva sky, Venus and Jupiter are shining very brightly toward the west with Venus as bright as I have ever remembered witnessing her. So intense that she is blocking the star field around her for some distance.  Turn 180 degrees to the east look a little higher and Mars is easily seen blazing bright red. Wait just a while and Saturn will rise from the east as Venus and Jupiter sets in the west. On or about the 25th of March a sliver of a crescent moon will join the dance with Venus and Jupiter in a pretty awesome display.

So take a few minutes if you can. Take a look and Let It Shine. We think you'll enjoy it.  


by: Wild Roots Geneva

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