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Moon and Jupiter get together late Sunday night

Up until now, the planet that has been dominating our morning sky has been brilliant Venus, which is visible low in the east-northeast sky beginning literally at the crack of dawn – about 90 minutes before sunrise. 

But before Venus rises, it is Jupiter that dominates the sky from late evening onward, outshining everything in the heavens but the moon.  

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