Meaghan Logic

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Venus, Jupiter, Prepare For A Heavenly Date

npr:

If you’ve had your eye on the western sky after sundown for the last several nights, you’ve been witness to a breathtaking sight. The two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter, have been moving (at least from our perspective) ever closer.

On Thursday night, the two planets will line up in conjunction. Venus is about twice as bright as Jupiter, but they are both unmistakable – just look for the bright orbs in the west. -

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    I’ve been monitoring this progress my self and it’s quite lovely.
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    So that’s what those were.
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    I love this stuff!
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    This is difficult to see when...horizon includes...downtown...
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    Amazing!!! Cannot wait
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    Heavens collide.
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    holy crap, ive been noticing these driving back from denver every night. i had a feeling they were planets but wasnt...
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