December 21, 2020 The Day Of Great Conjunction Of Jupiter And Saturn.
Today Google shared a cute Google Doodle about “Winter Solstice Great Conjunction”.
Watch this video of NASA about “How to See Saturn and Jupiter’s Great Conjunction” :
Also watch this interesting video “Look for the Great Conjunction of Jupiter & Saturn NOW” of AstroBackyard’s YouTube channel :
Astrophysicist believes that this is a rare astronomical event in our solar system in the space and also this is a event which is once in a lifetime for Human to see. And all the Astrologers also believes that this is a great conjunction in astrology for the world.
See some interesting tweets about this #GreatConjuntion :
The tweet of official account of Google Doodle (@GoogleDoodles) :
Look out at the night sky 👀 Seeing double? Don't worry, you're not alone!— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) December 21, 2020
For the 1st time in 800 yrs, Jupiter & Saturn will be so visibly close, they'll form a double planet! 🪐🔭
See this once-in-a-lifetime Great Conjunction with #GoogleDoodle → https://t.co/B2fd2qqUac pic.twitter.com/YgPBXmz7Bn
Tweet of “Dave Nussbaum” (@Dave_Nussbaum) on Twitter :
Check this out! The '#GreatConjunction' occurs tonight. Look to the southwest between 5:30-7:30 PM to see Jupiter and Saturn so close together they look like one bright star. Last time this happened like this was back in 1226. #BeOn4 @WWLTV pic.twitter.com/EikE7klaIx— Dave Nussbaum (@Dave_Nussbaum) December 21, 2020
As he wrote about this event "Last time this happened like this was back in 1226". So just think that this is really a rare astronomical event!
A Tweet of "National Math and Science Initiative" (@NMSI) :
Your next chance to see Jupiter and Saturn so close together won’t be until 2080. Find out what time you should be able to see this conjunction today! https://t.co/BvaUHXU2EQ? #WinterSolstice pic.twitter.com/k7SYJZumU7— National Math and Science Initiative (@NMSI) December 21, 2020
They shared info about next chance to see Jupiter and Saturn conjunction.
Tweet of Oxford Sparks (@OxfordSparks) :
REMINDER! Did you know that TODAY (21 Dec), #Jupiter and #Saturn will be within 0.1 degrees of each other in the #nightsky? They haven't been this close since 1623, so keep your eyes peeled! Fingers crossed for clear skies! 🔭Find out more with @drbecky_: https://t.co/23yHNgdtJH— OxfordSparks (@OxfordSparks) December 21, 2020
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Enjoy This Rare Universal Event.
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