Maximum Meteors on Monday, the Old Moon’s Crescent Covers a Star, Medusa’s Eye Gleams, and some Binoculars Delights!

( Close approach of the Moon and M44. )
( The moon passes a medium-bright star named v Virginis (v Virgo). )
( The giant planet Jupiter sitting above the southwestern horizon. )
( Uranus below the stars of Aries and above the stars of Cetus. )
( The constellation of Perseus (the Hero) in the Star Walk 2 app. )
( The view of the Andromeda Galaxy from the Star Walk 2 app. )
( Algol in the constellation of Perseus (the Hero). )
( The Orionids Meteor Shower. )

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