FROM SPACE WEATHER.COM – Later this week, Venus will pass almost

directly between Earth and the sun. This event is called “inferior conjunction,”

by astronomers.  Venus is now turning its night side toward us,

transforming the planet into an incredibly thin crescent.

You can observe it using binoculars or a small telescope.

***Be careful*** because Venus is getting close to the blinding sun.

You can find observing tips @  Spaceweather.com.