Two solar system planets met at twilight! Venus-Jupiter images appear online daily.
The astronomy picture of the day from NASA shows a Jupiter-Venus conjunction over Italy.
NASA's commentary The two biggest planets in the night sky had a conjunction a few days ago.
Jupiter and Venus were visible globally after dusk. Italy's Cirica was captured. Jupiter faces Venus.
Jupiter is farther from Earth than Venus, so their perceived proximity in Earth's sky was angular.
The famous duo can still be seen for an hour after sunset this month, but Jupiter will set sooner each night.
Venus–Jupiter? Space.com claims Venus and Jupiter won't connect again until February 7, 2032.
This is what the-sky.org says. According to the forecast, Venus will pass 1°17' north of Uranus.
They will set 2 hours and 46 minutes after the Sun at 21:23. Binoculars will reveal it.