Venus and Mercury to battle west of Dec. 29

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Venus and Mercury to fight west of December 29

On the evening of December 29, 2021, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus, Venus (Mercury) and space rock Pluto will meet.

At dusk, it very well may be seen with the unaided eye at a height of 12 degrees west skyline.

(Venus) sparkled most brilliant toward the beginning of December and is currently slipping toward the western skyline.

Before long (January 9, 2022) it will pass between the Sun and the Earth, and will reappear from the East around March (not long before dawn).

Mercury (B) circles the Sun at a pace of 88 times each week, at times just rising the skyline at specific distances.

Whenever the east line broadens long, it shows up west soon after nightfall, and when the west side expands long, it shows up close to the eastern skyline before dawn.

Mercury will arrive at the Makara season on January 7, which will expand its circle toward the east.

This implies that Venus and Mercury will go all over. In Burmese cosmology, it is called a space rock assault.

The space rock Pluto will likewise be nearby the two planets. Pluto was beforehand one of nine space rocks, yet was renamed a space rock in 2006.

Pluto is named after the Roman god Hades. Venus is the name of a wonderful goddess. Mercury is the name given to the divine force of infantry.

Thant Oo (Space and Universe Tutor)

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