If you look up in the night sky this evening, you will see  Venus, Jupiter and Earth's moon converge for a spectacular show. Venus and Jupiter line up in the western sky. While they appeared 20 degrees apart in mid-February, the gap will narrow to 10 degrees by the end of February. The phenomenon will be visible around the world at dusk. A crescent moon will be visible, along with the planets, appearing closer to Venus on Saturday and to Jupiter on Sunday. The moon moves away but Venus and Jupiter draw closer until they appear just 3 degrees apart by mid March. Pat Browne has kindly sent some illustrations. to the Millstone. Here they are