How can I see the great conjunction in India?

How can I see the great conjunction of India 2020?

The ‘Great Conjunction’ should be easily visible across the world. To see it, be ready shortly after sunset on Monday, looking to the southwest fairly low on the horizon. Saturn will be the smaller, fainter blob at Jupiter’s upper right. Binoculars will be needed to separate the two planets.

What time can I see the great conjunction?

Don’t miss them! The Virtual Telescope Project in Rome will be showing the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction on December 21, 2020, starting at 16:00 UTC; translate UTC to your time. In the telescopic view, you’ll see both planets and some of their moons!

How long are great conjunctions visible?

According to NASA, the phenomenon was first visible from Earth on Dec. 13, 2020, and will last for about two weeks from Dec. 15, until Dec. 29.

Can you see the great conjunction with the naked eye?

They will remain in close alignment for a few days and will be easily visible to the naked eye when looking toward the southwest just after sunset. You can watch the winter solstice great conjunction webcasts live here throughout the day.

How do you see conjunctions?

Head out at twilight, and bring binoculars

On Monday, head out at twilight, between half an hour and 45 minutes after sunset. Look to the southwestern sky. The clearer the sky is, and the father from city lights you are, the easier it will be to see the conjunction.

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