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How to watch Venus and Mars align in a unique planetary conjunction

On Monday, July 12, Venus and Mars will appear in the sky just a finger's width apart. Here's how to see the planetary conjunction.

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    How to watch Venus and Mars align in a unique planetary conjunction tonight

    How to watch Venus and Mars align in a unique planetary conjunction tonight

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    CBS News - By Sophie Lewis

    Venus and Mars will appear to nearly overlap in the night sky on the evening of July 12, and still appearing extremely close on July 13, just after sunset.

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