A conjunction between Venus and Saturn in the SE sky shot from my front yard. The star Antares is below and slightly to the right. I did some toning in Photoshop to brighten the stars, but they’re still hard to see at this size.
By Ian O’Neill, Discovery News 10/15/2015
NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope is tasked with finding small, rocky worlds orbiting distant stars. However, exoplanets aren’t the only thing Kepler can detect — stellar flares, star spots and dusty planetary rings can also pop up in the mission’s observations. See the rest at space.com