December 1, 2008
  Summary:  On Dec. 1st, the three brightest objects in the night sky converged, producing a triple-conjunction of stunning beauty. Venus, Jupiter and the crescent Moon crowded into a patch of sky just a few degrees across and wowed observers around the world. [full story]
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Rob Carew,
Melbourne, Australia,
Dec. 1, 2008
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The radio station was alive with people seeing the "Smiling Face" in the sky. It is a special sight for all to see.

Azhy Hasan,
Erbil city, Kurdistan region of Iraq
Dec. 1, 2008
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PHOTO 1: TAKEN AT 11-30-2008 With Nikon D50 PHOTO 2: TAKEN AT 12-01-2008 With Nikon D50 PHOTO 3: TAKEN AT 12-01-2008 With Nikon D80 The last one at 12-04-2008: Well,I gues there was same conjunction during the Jurassic age!

Cielo Stellato Bari,
city of Bari - south Italy
Dec. 1, 2008
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It was a great show !

Photo details: Camera EOS 350D on a 200mmm reflector

Oscar Martin Mesonero,
Salamanca, Spain
Dec. 1, 2008
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diferents views of this fantastic conjunction from my city, Salamanca, Spain.

Rhoderic Lourens,
Cape Town, South Africa
Dec. 1, 2008

Picture taken from outside Cape Town, South Africa, 01/12/2008 at 20:30.

Photo details: Panasonic FZ50, 2 sec exposure @ F4

Eduardo Pulver,
Flag Monument in the city of Rosario, Argentina
Dec. 1, 2008
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Photo details: Canon Xti, 18-200 mm zoom lens, exposures between 1 and 3 seconds ISO100 f/d = 5.6

Dave Jurasevich,
Mount Wilson Observatory, California
Nov. 30, 2008
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Planetary conjunction and crescent Moon over a foggy Los Angeles. This image was taken from the Mount Wilson Observatory on November 30th with a heavy marine layer starting to roll in over the Los Angeles basin.

more images: from David Ewoldt of Guthrie, Oklahoma; from Russell Cockman of Melbourne, Australia; from Idan Rawet of Tel aviv, Israel; from Jae-hyun Sim of Seoul, South Korea; from Todd Hargis of Austin, Texas; from Wienie van der Oord of The Arava desert in Israel; from BADEREDDDINE HAMDI of Debila, Eloued, Algeria; from Premjith Narayanan of the Kingdon of Bahrain; from Stefan Krivan of Hiwinui, Manawatu, New Zealand;