On Friday morning, February 1st, Venus and Jupiter converged in the southeastern sky less than 1 degree apart. It was a spectacular view worth waking up early to see.
Venus and Jupiter converging but still far apart on Jan. 23rd. Photo credit: Thierry Demange of Strasbourg, France.
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