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Great conjunction: See dazzling photos of Jupiter and Saturn cuddling up

Jupiter and Saturn’s 2020 great conjunction, often described as the Christmas star, influenced plenty of skygazers to head outdoors Monday…

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Google Doodle celebrates great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

Google Doodle celebrates great conjunction and arrival of winter season. Google The quickest day of the year is going to…

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Jupiter and Saturn’s great conjunction: How to see the ‘Christmas star’ tonight

Saturn, caught here by the Hubble Space Telescope over the summer season, will line up with Jupiter on Monday. NASA,…

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Google Doodle illustrates great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

Google Doodle commemorates great conjunction and arrival of winter season. Google The quickest day of the year is going to…

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Google Doodle spotlights Jupiter and Saturn’s great conjunction

Google Doodle commemorates great conjunction and arrival of winter season. Google The quickest day of the year is going to…

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Jupiter and Saturn’s great conjunction: How to see the ‘Christmas star’

Saturn, recorded here by the Hubble Space Telescope over the summer season, will line up with Jupiter onDec 21. NASA,…

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Jupiter and Saturn haven’t been this close visibly in 800 years: How to watch

Saturn, caught here by the Hubble Space Telescope over the summertime, will line up with Jupiter onDec 21. NASA, ESA,…

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Jupiter and Saturn haven’t been this close visibly in 800 years: How to watch

Saturn, recorded here by the Hubble Space Telescope over the summertime, will line up with Jupiter onDec 21. NASA, ESA,…

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Jupiter and Saturn haven’t been this close visibly in 800 years: How to watch

Saturn, caught here by the Hubble Space Telescope over the summertime, will line up with Jupiter onDec 21. NASA, ESA,…

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Gravitational interactions can drive comets and asteroids from Jupiter out to Neptune in just 10 years

Distances in the planetary system are huge, and it generally takes countless years for little bodies to move from one…

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