PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — An odd sight in the night sky had people in the Pittsburgh area buzzing on Friday night.

Experts say it’s Mars and Venus meeting up with the moon.

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According to CBS News, Venus has been moving away from the sun while Mars has been moving towards it, and on Friday night the moon passed by them.

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The phenomenon formed a triangle, which was “small enough to fit into a low-power telescope’s field of view,” the report on CBS News said.

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