Readers tell us more about how the Venus and Jupiter dance looks from viewpoints across earth. Share your sightings with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and astronomer Marek Kukula will be on hand to analyse your images• Find out how to spot the planets in our interactive guideAs Venus is dancing with Jupiter, Guardian readers have been eager to share excitement of spotting the dazzling spectacle in western skies.As the planets join side-by-side for the next few nights, readers from Europe to Australia have been busy sharing images of the skies as well as descriptions of what they can see. We will have expert Marek Kukula, public astronomer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, to take a look at your images for you – he'll be on hand to assess what it is you're seeing and explain a little more about the stellar display. You can also read more about how...
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