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Jupiter and Venus conjunction: Venetian planets perfectly match the moon in early morning spectacle



People who ride drive share their pleasure with regard to Jupiter, Venus and the Moon, arranged in the early morning sky in a phenomenon known as a conjurer.

Two planets were visible in the same part of the sky on Thursday morning when the moon appeared between them around 6 am.

The same stunning setting was visible to those who were waiting on platforms and elsewhere on Wednesday.

Venus, because it is much closer to the sun, is much brighter in the sky than Jupiter, the largest planet of the Solar System.

Planetary binders are relatively common events, and 14 are expected this year, CNN told Morgan Hollis.

"The links are not so rare – they appear every few months," Bill Cooke says OUR. But, he added, "they are very nice."

In reality, Jupiter and Venus are spaced hundreds of millions of miles away.

Social media users have published a series of photos of that phenomenon.

"The camera on my phone does not make it fair," one said.


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