As the planet Venus and Saturn come together in a rare celestial event on July 21st, 2020, many people are wondering how they can watch the conjunction of these two planets online. Fortunately, there are several ways to do so.
The first option is to use a live streaming service such as Slooh. Slooh provides a live feed of the conjunction from various observatories around the world, allowing viewers to watch the event from the comfort of their own homes. Slooh also offers a range of interactive features, including the ability to ask questions and receive answers from experts.
Another option is to use a telescope with a digital camera attachment. This will allow you to capture images of the conjunction and share them with friends and family. If you don’t have a telescope, you can rent one from a local observatory or purchase one online.
Finally, you can use a smartphone or tablet to watch the event. There are several apps available that will allow you to track the planets and watch the event in real-time. Some of these apps even offer 3D simulations of the event.
No matter which option you choose, you’ll be able to witness this amazing celestial event from the comfort of your own home. So get ready to watch the conjunction of Venus and Saturn online!
Tonight, Sunday January 22, is a special astronomical event as Venus and Saturn will appear close to each other in the night sky. While it would be a great opportunity to observe the event in person, the cold weather can make it difficult to enjoy the view. Fortunately, there is an online livestream of the event provided by the Virtual Telescope Project. The livestream begins at 1:30 p.m. ET (10:30 a.m. PT). This event is known as a conjunction, which is when two or more celestial bodies appear close to each other in the sky. Venus will be much brighter than Saturn, but with a telescope, it will be possible to view both planets. Sky and Telescope advises using binoculars or a telescope during twilight for the best view. In The Sky is an online tool that can help to determine when the conjunction will be visible from your time zone. Don’t miss out on this event and stay warm by watching the livestream!