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Great conjunction: Saturn, Jupiter to converge, closest since middle ages – KOKI FOX 23

The night sky is giving stargazers an early holiday present.

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The night sky is giving stargazers an early holiday present.
Saturn and Jupiter are going to have what is called a great conjunction.
The two largest planets in our solar system will be closer and closer in the night sky appearing to almost kiss.
You can track their progress starting now as the two planets converge on Dec. 21, which happens to be the December solstice, Earth Sky reported.
They will be separated by .1 degree or about 1/5th of the full moon diameter.
But this year is the closest…

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