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March 21, 2007

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Gill

How interesting. Here in Norway the moon was a narrower sliver and venus was slightly more to the right, more underneath the moon...or perhaps it was just a different time that I looked out, about 7pm our time. Do you know if Venus is the "dog star"? (I know its a planet, but is it the common name, or is the dog star something else entirely?) Just wondering after having watched "The Education of Little Tree". Gill.

Beth

Dawn! Oh my goodness! I saw the moon and Venus Tuesday evening, and then last night told my parents to keep an eye out as Venus had been in the cup of the moon, and it looked so lovely. Then when the kids and I went out to look last night, there was Venus below! And I thought I'd been confused about Venus's location Tuesday evening. So I am so very glad to see your photos! lol

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