The 2020 Jupiter – Saturn great conjunction: online observation – 21 Dec. 2020.
Next 21 Dec. 2020, when we will welcome the Winter Solstice, the sky will offer us a extremely rare event: an exceptionally close, great conjunction between planets Jupiter and Saturn. They have not been so close in the sky since 1623. The Virtual Telescope Project will show this amazing event live, online!
After 400 years, the giant planets Jupiter and Saturn are ready to amaze us with an exceptionally close conjunction. While they apparently meet up there every 20 years, next 21 Dec. they will be at their closest since 1623. Something so rare and unique that you cannot miss it. This will happen on the day marking the 2020 Winter Solstice!
The Virtual Telescope Project is ready to bring this one-in-a-lifetime experience to you, online, so that you can join live from the comfort of your home.
The online, free session is scheduled for 21 Dec. 2020, starting at 15:30 UT.
To join the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction live feed, you just need to enter, at the date and time above, our webTV page here!Click Here if you do not want to wait.
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