China News Service, Nanjing, August 14 (Yang Yanci) According to the Purple Mountain Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences on the 14th, in the early morning of August 15th and 16th, Beijing time, Venus will "date" the moon and stage the Venus conjoined moon.

  Venus, also known as Venus. It is the brightest natural celestial body in the sky except the sun and the moon, so it is also called "Taibai Jinxing". Generally speaking, just look to the southeast before sunrise to see this dazzling Venus.

  When Venus and the moon happen to move to the same longitude and the distance between the two is the closest, a Venus conjunctive will be formed. It is one of the planetary conjunctive astronomical phenomena, and it has a better viewing effect except for Jupiter's conjoined moon.

  Generally speaking, Venus conjunct the moon is not uncommon. This phenomenon occurs approximately every 30 days. As long as the moon "chases" Venus once, Venus will conjunct the moon once, but the observation conditions are different each time.

  During the Venus conjunct this time, since it is the waning moon, Venus is right in the Milky Way. If the air quality is better, people can take pictures of many bright stars intertwining each other, which is very worth looking forward to.

  At that time, a crescent moon floats like a boat on the eastern sky, shining silver. Below the crescent moon, the bright "Venus" Venus accompanies each other, like a gem thrown on a moon ship, dazzling. Until the dawn gradually rises and the sky is shining, the moon will rise hand in hand with Venus, and finally disappear into the sky. (Finish)