The crescent moon appears to smile at a brilliantly winking Venus in this stunning night sky image.
This image was taken by Jose Rozada on the morning on Nov. 11 from Guarenas, Venezuela.
Venus, the second planet from the sun, is named for the ancient Roman goddess of love and beauty. Venus will shine fairly prominently in the night sky through the end of this year, but will rapidly fall into the sunrise light by the end of January and early February.
The crescent moon can be seen above Venus in this image.
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