What to look for in the night sky during November 2017
Today’s Video of the Day comes from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and features a preview of what to look for in the night sky during November 2017.
On November 13, Venus and Jupiter will pair up in the sky about 45 minutes before sunrise. Be sure to look low on the east-southeast horizon to catch a glimpse.
According to Jane Houston from JPL, there will also be 3 different meteor showers this month, though none of them will be in particularly large numbers.
Remember to always exercise safety by never looking or aiming your binoculars directly at the sun.
Video Credit: NASA JPL