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Jupiter, Venus and the moon will line up in an impressive triple play this weekend, and skywatchers won't even have to venture outside to see it.
The three celestial bodies will be in close proximity to each other on the nights of Saturday and Sunday (Feb. 25 and 26), forming a skywatching treat known as a triple conjunction. The online Slooh Space Camera will webcast the action live, beginning at 9:30 p.m. EST both Saturday and Sunday (0230 GMT on Feb. 26 and 27).
Originally posted by jaynkeel
Ever figured this out op?
Originally posted by Manhater
Hmm, go outside and look.
Usually, isn't the bright star suppose to be near the moon? Hmm, now it looks like we have 2 bright stars. So, what planets are these this time?