Four Planets And The Moon Will Line Up In The Sky This Month, Jupiter & Venus Conjunction (Bethlehem Star) and a Solar Eclipse on April 30th!!

Stargazers, get ready! Starting April 23, 2022, Saturn, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter will form a straight line behind the crescent Moon. The perfect alignment will provide earthlings a relatively rare opportunity to see multiple planets in the sky with the naked eye. Experts say the celestial treat can be best observed by gazing southeast — in the direction of the sunrise — about an hour before the Sun comes out.

Saturn will be the first to appear above the horizon. It will be followed by Mars, Venus, and Jupiter. Mars will look like a reddish-orange speck below and to the left of Saturn, while Venus will shine as a bright light down and to the left of Mars. Jupiter, the largest of all planets, will be the lowest and leftmost in the sky. The Moon will appear farther south, just right of Saturn.

Though no special equipment is needed, a pair of binoculars or a small telescope will allow you to see Saturn’s famous rings and Jupiter’s four largest moons. Neptune is also part of the lineup, but its blue-ish icy distant world will only be visible through a powerful telescope.

The celestial show will get even more exciting when Venus and Jupiter, the Solar System’s brightest planets, meet in conjunction on April 30, 2022. A conjunction occurs when two astronomical objects appear close to each other because of the way they line up with Earth during their respective orbits. Though Venus and Jupiter are hundreds of millions of miles apart in space, they will appear like a single, spectacular star from Earth.

Star of Bethlehem may have been planets Jupiter and Venus

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Early in the evening of June 17, 2 B.C., the brightest planets in the sky, Jupiter and Venus, merged into a dazzling “star” near the western horizon, according to calculations of modern astronomers. In countries to the east of what was then the kingdom of Judea, observers could have seen the fused planets as a beacon in the direction of Jerusalem.

Astrologers associated Jupiter with the birth of kings and Venus with fertility. The meeting of Jupiter and Venus took place in the constellation Leo the Lion, which the Old Testament of the Bible specifically associates with the Jewish people. And it happened near the brightest star in Leo, Regulus, most closely identified with kingship.

There has not been a brighter, closer conjunction of Venus and Jupiter in Leo so near to Regulus in the 2,000 years since.

Could this be the event that caused a group of astrologers called the Wise Men to travel to Jerusalem in search of a new king?

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