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View of the night sky showing a conjunction of the planets Venus and Jupiter. The two planets are seen just above the horizon at lower right; Venus is the brighter of the two and appears above and to the right of Jupiter. Two planets are said to be in conjunction when they have the same celestial longitude, as seen from Earth.
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