Daily cosmobite: Venus and Neptune
The large distance of the outer planet Neptune from Earth means that the planet is too faint to be seen by eye and hence it is hard to find. Tomorrow morning the planet Venus passes about ¾th of a degree from Neptune providing an opportunity to find the faint planet through a pair of binoculars.
Venus and Neptune in a one degree field of View on the morning of 12 April 2014. Chart Nick Lomb