October 16, 2021

Tonight after sunset, you can find the planet Venus above the western horizon. It is currently found in the constellation Scorpius just north of the bright red supergiant star Antares. The pair will make a fine sight through binoculars about 30 minutes after sunset.

Venus, the star Antares and the constellation Scorpius seen in the southwest at 7pm on October 16, 2021. Image created using Stellarium.