As the brightest celestial body in the sky besides the sun and the moon, Venus often “coincides” or “accompanies” with the waning moon (or moth eyebrow moon), which is the most beautiful scene of “Star Moon Fairy Tale” in the night sky. Astronomical experts said that on September 14 and 15, this scene of the sky will be staged at dawn for two consecutive days. At that time, if the weather is fine, the interested public will see a beautiful picture of Venus competing with the waning moon at a close distance in the East. < p > < p > the brightness of Venus can reach – 4.9 at its brightest, just like a gem inlaid in the night sky, it emits extremely beautiful silvery white light, which is incomparably gorgeous. Due to its position in the earth’s orbit, Venus sometimes appears as a “Morning Star” and sometimes turns into a “faint star”. According to Zhao Zhiheng, an expert in astronomy education and director of Tianjin astronomical society, Venus in September is still a “Morning Star”, appearing in the eastern sky before sunrise, with a brightness of – 4.2 and bright like a pearl. At 12:43 on the 14th, Venus is in the moon, but both of them are below the earth’s surface. At about 4:00 a.m. on the 14th, if the weather is fine, the public who get up early and travel in the East will see the beautiful scenery of “Venus with the moon”. A touch of the waning moon, like a small boat, moored in the upper left of Venus. Under the guidance of Venus, the boat gradually drifted to the south-east until it ushered in the first ray of dawn. At the same time on the 15th, the beautiful scenery of “Venus with the moon” will be staged again, but the residual moon has already moved to the lower left of Venus. < / P > < p > “the two brightest objects in the night sky stand out in the pre dawn morning light.” Zhao Zhiheng reminded that while watching the “fairy tale of stars and moons”, the public will observe the waning moon carefully and find that in addition to the bright crescent moon, they can also see the moon’s surface illuminated by the earth’s low light, showing the outline of the full moon. Global Tech