Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Australians See Smiley Face in Night Sky

Celestial Smiley Face Planets, moon form friendly face in skies.
Australians are getting a big hello from the heavens as Venus, Jupiter and a waxing crescent moon combine to create a celestial smiley face.
Unfortunately, because North Americans are on the other side of the equator, they'll view the phenomenon another way — as a sad face with downcast mouth.
The best time to see the friendly phenomenon is about 20 to 30 minutes after sunset in both hemispheres.

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