Mark your calendars! We’ll be streaming the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, 2020 LIVE tomorrow, Saturday, December 19, 2020 beginning at 11:00 AM, EST with live feed from the University of Exeter, England.
Although the two planets will appear closest together on Monday, the weather forecasts for Sunday and Monday in the UK are worse. Since the forecast for Saturday is better and Jupiter and Saturn will be close enough to see simultaneously through the telescope then, the decision was taken to schedule the event at 4:15 PM, GMT or 11:15 AM, EST.
Along with views from the university’s telescope, a panel of experts plan to answer some questions. We hope you can join us live tomorrow but, if not, the live-stream will be recorded so you can view it later.
Please join us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-X9ciC-VQ0
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