Jupiter and Venus, two of the brightest planets in our solar system, will be coming close together for some time before dawn on Monday, November 13.
According to the report, when planets go through conjunctions, they are only a few degrees apart and this event on Monday will have Jupiter and Venus come within 17 arcminutes (there are 60 arcminutes in one degree) each other.
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Astromners advise that the conjunction will be best viewed in a rural location that is isolated and away from any sort of light pollution. The two planets will also be fairly close to each other in the days just ahead of and just after the conjunction.
The conjunction will be slightly more hard to watch in the United States, because sunrise comes earlier than in Britain. The conjunction of these two planets can be seen towards the south east with telescopes as well as naked eye in the sky dome in the eastern horizon.
Venus is known as the brightest planet and it always follows up as the second one and will be "snuggling "with Jupiter". It happens every 13 months. with 2016 being the latest.
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Significantly closer and visible to Jupiter's lower left is Venus, appearing through Earth's atmospheric clouds as unusually blue.
On the East Coast of the United States, the planets will rise at about 5:30 a.m. local time, according to Space.com, followed by sunrise between 6:30 a.m. and 6:50 a.m., depending on your location. The sun rises at 7:15 a.m. local time.
In the video from JPL, the narrator notes that skywatchers should be careful because the sun will rise on the heels of the planets, and of course, you should never look directly at the sun, especially with binoculars or a telescope.
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