See the conjunction of Venus and Saturn in the free webcast on January 1. 22

An illustration of the evening sky on Jan. 22 depicting the conjunction of Venus and Saturn.
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On Sunday evening, January 22, solar system planets Saturn and Venus will meet in the night sky to make a close approach. Luckily, sky watchers who don’t want to face the bitter cold of January can watch the match from the comfort of their homes.

The Virtual Telescope Project will publish the close approach and the arrangement known as the “conjunction”. Venussecond planet from the sun and Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system. The live broadcast will begin as the distance between the two planets will be less than the angular size of the full moon and less than half a degree apart at arm’s length, equivalent to half a finger’s width.

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