Where the wild things are + an "unhappy face" in the sky

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Nabob Shineywater of Brightblack offers the above picture “taken in the truth of night, in our universe” as proof of where the wild things are.

And if you happen to live near to one of those giant splotches of light pollution, tonight is a rare chance for you to take in some planetary activity as Venus and Jupiter will be teaming up with Sister Moon to create what the poets at National Geographic are referring to as … um … a “a brief ‘unhappy face’ in the sky.”

If you live in one of the dark spots you’re probably way ahead of all of us on this and have already gathered plenty of wood for a giant bonfire feast or something. Regardless of where you are in North America, the trio should be easy to find just after sunset in the southwestern sky.

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