About an hour before sunrise on Monday, November 13th, Venus and Jupiter will rise as one, in a spectacular celestial display. The planets, which orbit the sun about 416 million miles apart, will appear in the night sky as close as half the diameter of the moon.
#Venus #Jupiter #Conjunction— Windy Wilson (@WindyWilson88) November 12, 2017
Windy says mind we have the #VenusJupiterConjunction early tomorrow morning, with Venus rising at 05.56 and Jupiter rising at 05.58
Although over 400 million miles apart, they’ll appear right next to each other pic.twitter.com/W7pCQWmef2
If you’d like to watch this conjunction happen, have an eye on the Eastern sky at 5.26am, with Venus coming at 5.31am Monday morning.