In case you missed it guys, here’s a live video shot by the slay team of the venus Jupiter conjunction.

Observers had an uninterrupted view to the south-east as the planets were very low in the sky. Those on high ground had the best chance of seeing the conjunction.

Robert Massey, acting executive director of the Royal Astronomical Society, said binoculars could be used to get a better view before the sun rises above the horizon.

However, he warned people not to do this after sunrise, as it could be dangerous.

Did you get a view? What did you think


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