Venus and Jupiter appear close together in the sky during a conjunction. (Wikimedia Commons)

Jupiter and Venus to meet in the night sky as rare conjunction occurs

The two planets will meet in the southwestern sky

Look up at the night sky on Sunday and you won’t be disappointed, as two of the brightest stars in the sky are set to pass right by each other.

Sunday’s skies will host a “conjunction” between Venus and Jupiter, where the planets appear to kiss as they pass each other.

According to astronomers, the two planets will meet in the southwestern sky on Sunday night.


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