How To See Venus And Jupiter Together In The Sky
Monday morning Venus and Jupiter will be passing near each other and if you wake up early, you can see it happen!
Setting your alarm for just before sunrise will be totally worth it on November 13.
If you are up before the sun, bundle up and head outdoors to see a super cool celestial event in the still dark sky.
The planets Venus and Jupiter will be orbiting near each other and you'll actually be able to watch it happen.
Space.com says the planets will be the closest to each other at 1:05 a.m., but the planets won't be high enough in the sky to catch a glimpse of on the East Coast until about 5:30 a.m.
The moon will be a small crescent tomorrow morning, so the extra dark sky will make catching this planetary path crossing much easier.
So grab your binoculars and look roughly southeast (west of the moon) in the early morning hours.
Both Venus and Jupiter will be a part of the constellation Virgo tomorrow morning, but you'll know which ones are the planets because they will be larger and they won't twinkle like stars do.