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Jupiter and Venus Are Inch Closer from Feb. 22 to March 1 to our naked eyesights

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The Solar system will make a new show from February 22 to March. The king of planets, Jupiter will see Venus after sundown. According to NASA, look west an hour after sunset on Wednesday, Feb. 22, and you will see Jupiter and Venus getting closer to the Moon.

For your convenience, wear binoculars if you have them or look at the sky after dusk. You may also see a livestream from Rome, Italy at 11 a.m. Pacific Time on Wednesday through Youtube.

From tomorrow to March 1, you will see the bright night out event, and you don’t have to wait the midnight to see the event as long as there are no clouds in the sky.

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