When the sun goes down tonight, step outside and look west. There's a heavenly triangle in the western sky. The vertices are Venus, the crescent Moon and the Pleiades. Venus and the Moon pop out of the twilight first, followed by the Seven Sisters as the sky fades to black. You can also be able to catch some of the brightest stars in the night sky coupling up with the dazzling celestial triangle. The Pleiades are one of the best-known star clusters in the sky because they're so bright and easy to see - even in most urban areas. Although only a handful of the brightest stars in the cluster are visible to the unaided eye, there are actually hundreds there, and they are dazzling when seen through binoculars or a small telescope. Clear Skies Everyone!