Venus, Jupiter up for a meet on Monday. Delhiites will miss out on the phenomenon

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Both the worlds will appear in combination in the south-east and might resemble one brilliant star.

By Express News Desk Last Updated: Nov 12, 2017

Venus, Jupiter up for a meet on Monday. Delhiites will miss out on the phenomenon

New Delhi: On Monday, prior to the sun increases, you have an opportunity to witness the most fascinating celestial occasion of 2017.

Sky gazers and area lovers will be up for a reward as Jupiter and Venus will show up to the naked eye close together in the sky right before dawn. It requires a clear sky to enjoy the phenomenon so the locations seeing uncertain weather condition will genuinely miss out on the occasion.

Both the worlds will appear in combination in the south-east and might look like one brilliant star.


Specialists have actually stated that in the UK, the very best watching time will be simply 40 minutes prior to daybreak.

While Venus and Jupiter are 416 million miles apart, they will look like if the 2 worlds are orbiting the Sun side by side for a short duration.

It is the uncommon distance that will make the occasion larger, although Venus will still be 246 million kilometers from Earth, while Jupiter is almost 594 million miles far from us.