Sky-gazers can catch a glimpse of a cosmic event on Sunday afternoon with Venus and Jupiter appearing side by side as “two points of light” after sunset.
If you spot an especially bright star in the sky before sunrise at this time of year, it might not be a star at all, but the planet Venus.
A photographer trying to capture Venus in the night sky ended up with a rather unexpected celestial phenomenon in his images.
Skygazers were treated to a beautiful celestial show as Venus appeared next to a glowing crescent moon.
Jupiter and Venus have been pushing Earth’s orbit off-track for at least 215 million years, according to a new study.
Early risers were treated to a cosmic event on Monday morning as Venus and Jupiter appeared side by side in the skies.
Two of the five brightest planets in the night sky will be visible from Aberdeen tonight - with the skies looking to be clearest at around 8pm!
STARGAZERS have a chance to shine while planets brighten the North-east sky.