Kathmandu, Jan. 6 The two largest planets in the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn, are approaching tonight (Monday).
Acting Executive Director of BP Koirala Memorial Planetarium and Observatory and Science Museum Development Committee Dr. Sanat Kumar Sharma said that although the approach of these two planets is a natural process, it will be of special importance for astronomers and astronomers to see each other after many years.
Although this process between Jupiter and Saturn is observed every 20 years, it is only after eight hundred years that it is possible to observe it closely at night. According to him, such a rare sight can be observed with the naked eye from all parts of Nepal.
He said that since Saturn and Jupiter would rise before 9 am and set at 7.30 am and Jupiter and Saturn would appear at the same time with the crescent moon at the same time, the observation should be done between 6.45 am and 7 am.