Look! Strange lights in the Cape Coral sky! Is that a UFO? Oh wait, nevermind, it’s just Venus and Jupiter.
If you’re anything like me, you probably haven’t paid much attention to the night sky since that one time you tried to impress your high school crush with your knowledge of constellations. But this week, something caught my eye. And no, it wasn’t a UFO, it was two extremely bright lights next to each other.
Turns out, it’s just Venus and Jupiter, the Beyonce and Jay-Z of the planetary world. Venus, the brighter planet according to FOX 35, is climbing higher in the west after sunset each night. Meanwhile, Jupiter, the second-brightest planet in the solar system, is inching closer to Venus.
Now, I’m not one to gossip, but I heard through the grapevine that these two planets are expected to remain close all week. Jupiter will spend the rest of the month descending further into the sunset glare before sinking out of view later in the month. But fear not, my stargazing friends, Venus will continue rising in the sky until August 2023.
I don’t know about you, but I’m loving this celestial rendezvous between Venus and Jupiter. It’s like the universe’s version of The Bachelor, but without the drama and rose ceremonies.
But wait, there’s more! Later this month, Mars will be visible in the night sky, emitting a red color a few hours after midnight. So, mark your calendars and grab your telescopes because things are getting spicy in the cosmos.
In conclusion, the next time you find yourself looking up at the Cape Coral sky, remember that those strange lights are just two planets having a cosmic dance-off. And who knows, maybe they’ll invite Mars to join in on the fun.
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