See Venus and Mars pair up in the early morning sky Saturday

Venus will meet up with March in the very early morning sky on Saturday (March 12) — here’s how you can catch the planetary duo.

The two planets will appear close to each other in the south-eastern sky as they reach conjunction, meaning they will share the same right ascension or celestial longitude. The pair will be visible at dawn, rising around 4:20 am EST (0920 GMT), nearly two hours before sunrise, according to In-The-Sky.org.

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