The Crescent Moon Plays Planetary Hopscotch, Falling Back, Wading into Water Constellations, and Some Spooky Treats!

( Close approach of the Moon and Jupiter. )
( Close approach of the moon, Saturn and Pluto. )
( Neptune among the stars of the constellation of Aquarius. )
( Uranus reaches opposition and its peak visibility on Monday, October 28. )
( Asteroid Vesta. One of the largest objects in the asteroid belt. )
( The Skull Nebula (NGC 246). (Data from the Liverpool Telescope processed by Göran Nilsson). )
( Witch Head Nebula ( Image Credit: NASA/STScI Digitized Sky Survey/Noel Carboni). )
( The constellation of Capricornus in Star Walk 2. )

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