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Venus and Jupiter will meet in the pre-dawn sky tomorrow

Wake up early and you’ll catch a glimpse of a celestial rendezvous!

If you’re awake early enough tomorrow morning, about 45 minutes before sunrise you’ll be able to see bright Venus in the sky.

<who>Photo Credit: Marek Nikodem (PPSAE)/</who> Jupiter and Venus from Earth.

Venus will pair up with Jupiter in the morning hours, and NASA says that you can’t miss it.

NASA says you’ll have to be looking very low on the east-southeast horizon, about 45 minutes before sunrise.

They also advise those viewing the planets meet-up in the pre-dawn sky to protect their eyes. NASA recommends using binoculars, and to avoid aiming them directly at the sun.

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