Close Encounter of the Planetary Kind
Venus and Jupiter will be only one degree apart on the 30 June 2015 in the evening sky. That is the 2 brightest “stars” in the night sky as close as they ever get (conjunction).
Shortly after sunset look for the first “star” well above the western horizon. Soon a second “star” will appear just to the left. A small telescope will show Venus to be a crescent and Jupiter to have 4 moons which change position every night.
Connect with Nature. Enter the Blue Zones.
Jay Ginther, MD