What time is Jupiter Saturn conjunction in the Philippines?

Mercury: Until Wed 6:59 pm
Mars: Until Wed 7:27 pm
Jupiter: From Wed 6:50 pm
Saturn: Until Thu 5:04 am
Uranus: From Wed 11:05 pm

What time is great conjunction in the Philippines?

Although the exact moment of conjunction is on December 22 at 2:20 AM (which is not visible), the closest moment in the Philippine skies is after sunset tomorrow. The pair will be visible from around 5:44 PM as the sunsets and will be seen together until around 7:42 PM.

Is solar eclipse visible in Philippines?

Dec. 26, 2019 – Annual Solar Eclipse visible in the Philippines (Balut Island) June 21, 2020 – Annular Solar Eclipse visible in the Philippines as Partial Solar Eclipse. June 10, 2021 – Annual Solar Eclipse not visible in the Philippines.

Will the Christmas star be visible in the Philippines?

An astronomical event, dubbed as the “Christmas Star,” will grace the Philippine skies on the longest night of the year — December 21, 2020. But don’t expect to see a literal star. This rare event, which is happening for the first time in 800 years, is actually a conjunction between planet giants, Jupiter and Saturn.

How can you tell a great conjunction?

To see the great conjunction, go outside anytime this month shortly after sunset. Look for the two bright dots low in the southwest. Jupiter appears as a bright star, while Saturn is slightly less-bright with a yellow hue. Each day they drifted closer together until 21 December, when they almost appeared to touch.

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