Bright Night for Halloween

On Oct. 31, Venus and the crescent Moon will draw close to each other, providing trick-or-treaters a beautiful sky show just after sunset. When the sun sets and the sky is glowing a reddish orange, look southwest where Venus — the brightest light in the sky — should hang just above the horizon. The sliver of Moon should be visible just a few degrees below.

And if you’re too busy bagging candy on Halloween, Venus and the Moon should be perfectly side-by-side the next night, Nov. 1.

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