In case you missed it last night, Venus, Jupiter and a crescent Moon will appear to be bunched together in the night sky tonight after dusk.
    Look to the southwest an hour after sunset.

     John Sloan of NJMC's McDowell Observatory  at DeKorte Park in Lyndhurst says that Venus and Jupiter should also be visible on Wednesday night when the observatory opens to the public at 7 p.m. — but that they will be getting low in the sky.
   More on this astronomical event here.

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