The Great Conjunction


ON THIS YEAR'S winter solstice, Jupiter and Saturn will dance closer together in the sky than they have for centuries.
After a year unlike any other, 2020 will conclude with a spectacle of celestial proportions. On the winter solstice, Jupiter and Saturn will dance closer together in the sky than they have for centuries. Perhaps a concluding memo from the cosmos putting an emphatic stamp on 2020. While this late December pairing will come closest on Dec. 21, the sight of Jupiter and Saturn appearing so near to one another in the night sky can be enjoyed throughout late December. The planets will appear as close together as the diameter of a full moon for a few weeks. This extended viewing period will provide...

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