NASA – How to see the great conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter

Have you noticed that two bright objects in the sky are getting closer each night? It is Jupiter and Saturn doing a planet dance that will lead to the Great Conjunction on December 21st.

On that day, Jupiter and Saturn will be right next to each other in the sky – the closest they have seen in almost 400 years! Would you like to know when and where to look up? Accompany our experienced astronomer Dr. Henry Throop on NASA Science Live.

Learn these tips and tricks for photographing planets:
https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/1615/how-to-photograph-the-conjunction-of-saturn-and-jupiter/

Night Sky Network:
https://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/

Visitors to Jupiter and Saturn:
https://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/news-display.cfm?News_ID=931

Would you like to learn more about planetary conjunctions? Check out some of these resources:
https://youtu.be/sofRYcfaqy0″>https://blogs.nasa.gov/Watch_the_Skies/2015/06/30/jupiter-and-venus-conjunction/
https://youtu.be/sofRYcfaqy0

Read these skywatching tips from NASA:
https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/whats-up-skywatching-tips-from-nasa/

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