In this morning view the crescent Moon (near the end of the lunar month) sits in the constellation Taurus, the Bull, and near two brightest planets of night Sky, Venus and Jupiter. The V-like figure between the two planets is known as Hyades star cluster and it shapes the face of the celestial bull. Higher up in the sky is the Pleiades star cluster appears in the sky like a little grape cluster. In the foreground is a historic windmill in Tés, a village in Veszprém county of Hungary famous for its beautiful windmills. © Tamas Ladanyi



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