We had a clear night the other day!
Last month finished with an astronomical photograph. Despite the
repetition, we did not want to deny our readers a look at this rather
splendid view. It's not often that we have a clear night around here but
when the moon joins bright Venus and Jupiter (on the right of the picture), the sky can
look rather spectacular.
Above the lights of Derry on the left, one can see the constellation
To the right of this is the constellation Taurus - with its main star
Aldeberan looking slightly red. Above the rather over-exposed
the Pleiades can be spotted. To the right and slightly above the Moon is
Venus, with Jupiter below, just above the hills of Donegal.