At least if you’re in the southern hemisphere. If you’re up here, you get a very angry-looking upside-down face.
And Azathoth insanely smiled down on Earth and its sleeping inhabitants, blissfully unaware that they would soon be eaten.
Three brightest objects smile down from the night sky – Telegraph
Over the last week the two planets moved closer together so that they appeared no more than two degrees apart, which equates to a finger’s width when held out at arm’s length.
As they were joined by the moon on Monday night photographers around the world â.. from Bangkok to Kenya â.. captured the image.
“This certainly is an unusual coincidence for the crescent moon to be right there in the days when they are going to be closest together,” said Alan MacRobert, senior editor of Sky and Telescope magazine.