One day before their conjunction, Venus and Jupiter shine from the southwest this evening about 45 minutes after sunset. (Notice the reflections of the two planets in the water.) This evening the space between them is 1.5°. Venus appears to the lower left of Jupiter. Tomorrow evening, November 24, the planets appear closest (conjunction). On this evening they are 1.4° apart. Venus appears to the lower left of Jupiter.
Read more about Venus as an Evening Star at these links:
- 2019-2020: Venus as an Evening Star
- 2019, November 24: A Venus-Jupiter Conjunction
- 2019, November 28: A Close Venus – Moon Conjunction
- 2019, December 10: A Venus-Saturn Conjunction