An Evening Moon, Asteroid Juno Jumps Out, Leonid Meteors at Maximum, and we Tour the Lucky Water-Bearer!

(Above: Bright Venus shining in the morning pre-dawn eastern sky.)
(Above: Juno at opposition. The asteroid is positioned about equally distant from the bright stars Aldebaran in Taurus (the Bull) and Rigel in Orion (the Hunter).)
(Above: Aquarius. Up to 100 stars can be counted in the constellation in a dark sky, but only a few are easily seen near city lights. )
(Above: The Leonids Meteor Shower.)

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