The Moon in conjunction with Venus and Jupiter, with the Very Large Telescope in the foreground. Image © Y. Beletsky, ESO, 2009.
The Moon and Venus pass within 2°15' of each other.

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Bootes

The herdsman; in Greek mythology, Arcas, son of Zeus by Callisto.

Ursa Minor

The lesser bear; in Greek mythology, one of the nymphs that nursed Zeus as an infant.

Ophiuchus

The serpent bearer; in Greek mythology, Asclepius, the god of medicine, depicted in the sky holding the snake Serpens.

Corona Borealis

The northern crown; in Greek mythology, worn by the Princess Ariadne on her wedding day.

Libra

The balance; a zodiacal constellation introduced by the Romans.

Serpens Caput

The serpent's head; held by Ophiuchus and part of the same constellation as Serpens Cauda.

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Mon, May 22, 2017

All times shown in EDT.
Sunrise 05:32
Sunset 20:12
Twilight ends 22:08
begins 03:35

26-day old moon
Age of Moon
26 days

Rise Set
Mercury 04:35 17:55
Venus 03:36 16:17
Moon 03:48 16:11
Mars 06:42 21:49
Jupiter 15:55 03:38
Saturn 21:52 07:20

The sky on 22 May 2017
Sunrise 05:32
Sunset 20:12
Twilight ends
22:08
Twilight begins
03:35

26-day old moon
Age of Moon
26 days

All times shown in EDT.
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 04:35 11:15 17:55
Venus 03:36 09:56 16:17
Moon 03:48 09:59 16:11
Mars 06:42 14:15 21:49
Jupiter 15:55 21:44 03:38
Saturn 21:52 02:38 07:20