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The February full moon — also known as the “Snow Moon” — was shining alongside the planet Jupiter in the east-northeast sky tonight. I decided to photograph the event but got so caught up in getting the moon right, I forgot to get a decent shot of the two together! I only realized that some two hours later, as I uploaded my photos. I rushed outside to correct the mistake, only to find the sky covered by dense fog and no sign of the shining pair. But I hear they’ll shine together again on March 2, so I hope to catch them then…

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