Cape Canaveral: Stargazers of the world are getting a treat this weekend.
On Saturday and again on Sunday, Venus, Jupiter and Earth's moon converge for a brilliant night show.
Venus and Jupiter already are lining up in the western sky. In mid-February, the two planets were 20 degrees apart from a viewing perspective. The gap narrows to 10 degrees by month's end.
A crescent moon joins the show this weekend for a triple combination. The celestial encounter will be visible from around the world at twilight. The moon will appear closer to Venus on Saturday and closer to Jupiter on Sunday....more
08:38 PM, Feb 25, 2012