I saw a great light.
Actually I saw 2 not counting the moon. The three of them were lined up, equally spaced. I knew one was venus and the other was the moon but I didn't know the other was Jupiter. …
[quot=NASA] Explanation: Brilliant Venus now shines in western skies at twilight. Shrouded in reflective clouds, careful imaging with filters reveals cloud patterns. Captured early last month from a backyard observatory on video camera.
Recorded through near-ultraviolet, green, and near-infrared filters (left), and red, green, and blue filters.
Venus was high above the western horizon just before sunset. = High "+" declination.
This season's evening apparition of Venus are the best ones in the northern hemisphere for 7 years. It will ultimately end with a solar transit of the planet, the last one to occur in your lifetime, on June 5/6.[/quote]