Venus and Jupiter Conjunction Tonight

Venus and Jupiter are converging for a must-see close encounter tonight, June 30th.

Venus, Jupiter
While the Venus-Jupiter conjunction will be visible to the unaided eye (if the skies are clear), astronomers recommend use of a telescope or binoculars for a better view.

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Tonight’s close conjunction of Venus, left, and Jupiter, right, on the western horizon fits closely with what many astronomers have theorized was the type of alignment that created the Star of Bethlehem described in the Bible. (NASA)


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