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Look towards the southern horizon tonight, the Great Conjunction awaits

Last Updated 4 months ago by Devontae Jackson.

Image courtesy of space.com

It hasn’t happened since the 1600s from what I read. The planets Jupiter and Saturn will align tonight. Make sure to look towards the southern horizon. According to space.com the planets will be separated by 6 arc minutes. Now, partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected here in the Miami Valley with a chance of a passing flurry or sprinkle. However, you may be able to see the planets through the breaks in the cloud cover.

If you do get any shots of the planets. Feel free to share them below.


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