Published: May 29, 2022

Graphic from Stellarium showing Jupiter and Mars touching and Venus to the lower left and Saturn to the upper right Catch the conjunction of Jupiter and Venus about a month ago?

You're in for a treat again on Sunday, May 29th before dawn when Mars joins the action, along with Jupiter. The two planets are slightly more than 1/2 degree apart (1 full moon width). Saturn and Venus are still visible too. Enjoy the view until the sun rises.

Graphic credit: Stellarium