Wednesday evening January 27th the nearly full Moon, a 14-day old waxing gibbous Moon, will be about 6-7o from the star Pollux, one of the two twin stars of Gemini the Twins. The other ‘twin star’, the other brother, is Castor.
Off to the west over the southern horizon are the planet Mars and Uranus. Further west is Neptune, and the Dwarf Planets Eris and Ceres. Earlier in the evening, after sunset local time the innermost planet Mercury is over the western horizon.
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