As the Sun set on Memorial Day 2013, people were able to look to the west and see planetary neighbors Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter performing the celestial dance known as a planetary conjunction. Observers did not need any special equipment; the planets were bright enough for the human eye to suffice... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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