In this video, Dr. Jim Daly presents and discusses this once-in-a-century event: the great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, 2020, an event occurring on December 21st, the Winter Solstice, and an event that won't be repeated again until the year 2080, 60 years hence.
The University of Exeter (in the UK) will host a live-stream event using one of the university's professional telescopes: http://jupitersaturn2020.org.
Featured Image: Composite of high-resolution images of Jupiter and Saturn obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope.
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