Venus passes Jupiter this morning. The pair is only only 1/3 degree apart!
The key to locating them is to find them when they are high enough in the southeast sky, yet the sky is dark enough. Tomorrow, Jupiter is above Venus, about 1 degree apart.
For more information about sky watching events:
- 2017, November 13: Venus-Jupiter Epoch Conjunction
- 2017 Evening Planets
- 2017 Morning Planets
- Venus as a Morning Star, 2017
- Chart and Image Collection
- Jupiter’s Year with Spica: A Triple Conjunction
- 2018: Mars Perihelic Opposition
- 2017-2018: Jupiter’s Year in the Claws of the Scorpion, A Triple Conjunction
- 2017-2019: Mars Observing Year with a Perihelic Opposition, July 27, 2018