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Young moon and Venus as seen Sunday, September 8, 2013 by EarthSky Facebook friend Matthew Paul Photography in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. The moon was dramatically close to Venus that night, especially as seen from the Americas.  http://en.es-static.us/upl/2013/09/moon-venus-9-8-2013-Ipswich-Queensland-Australia-Matthew-Paul.jpg

As the line of sunsets swept westward yesterday, people around the globe thrilled to the sight of the moon and Venus in their twilight sky. See their photos!

Somewhere along the line, we seem to have confused comfort with happiness // Dean Karnazes. Pain can be good

bluepueblo: Mist, Richmond Park, London, England photo via dnl

quantotutto: I nostri antenati - Our ancestors

Escape From Planet Earth cartoon animation scifi movies wallpaper

Volcano beneath the stars + one lucky falling star -- great shot!

volcano beneath the stars + one lucky falling star -- great shot!

The full Moon hanging out with Jupiter 378 million miles behind it. Photo © StarTalk fan Billy Mabrey

The full Moon hanging out with Jupiter 378 million miles behind it.

utah lake, utah (not to be confused with salt lake)

Miss Squish likes me to come to the loft in the mornings and watch the sunrise with her. This mornings was especially glorious with the sky all orange and red.

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