Scheduled air date: 1999 Feb 15-21
Throughout this week, and the first part of next, Venus and Jupiter can be seen nearing each other in the evening sky. They will be at their closest (about 1/8 degree, or one-quarter the diameter of a Full Moon!) on the night of February 23rd.
(Shown for mid-Northern latitudes at about half an hour after Sunset for days indicated.)
If you wish to view illustrations for other episodes, please see our Star Gazer Illustrated directory.
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