Venus and Jupiter share "kiss" in night sky
Stargazers were given a chance to see what astronomers called a conjunction. The two planets appeared so close to one another, some called it a kiss. The closest they'll ever come from our perspective is about the diameter of a full moon apart.Venus and Jupiter are the brightest objects in the night sky, aside from the moon.
Published 3 months ago · Roman, Romania
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