Next Week, You'll See Something In The Sky No Human Has Seen Since March 4, 1226

Next Week, You'll See Something In The Sky No Human Has Seen Since March 4, 1226

The image is adapted from graphics by open-source planetarium software Stellarium. In the north, it is best to look west shortly after sunset because as the evening progresses they dip below our horizon. If you have a telescope, you will also see each planet and several of their largest moons in the same field of view. But the planets themselves are bright enough you can see them with vision alone.Spot it while you can. The next such conjunction will happen in around 60 years, on March 15th, 2080, but after that not until 2400

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