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Jupiter, Venus & the Moon to set a Perfect Picture Tonight

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Photo by The trio as seen last night | Alex de Cordoba via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr

Since Thanksgiving night, Jupiter and Venus have been in our skies for our viewing pleasure. Tonight will be the "most attractive," says Anthony Cook of the Griffith Observatory Sky Report. The two planets will appear close together--about the width of your finger when you stretch your arm out--with the moon 4 degrees--or about two finger widths--to the upper right. The planets will set around 7:40 p.m.

You can find more background info on what's happening here.