A Cosmic Encounter : Jupiter Venus Conjunction 2017 Early Monday Nov.13
The phenomenon will be visible with the naked eye, but those wanting a clearer view can use a telescope or binoculars. Venus and Jupiter will be observable in the constellation Virgo, according to Space.com, west of what should be a gorgeous waning crescent moon. Stargazers in the UK will get over an hour of viewing time before light from the Sun hides the planets – more than in the United States.
The Northern Hemisphere will have the best viewing conditions, as the planets do not rise in the south until about 40 minutes before daybreak. Experts recommends finding a viewing spot with a clear horizon, preferably on top of a hill or balcony.