Venus – Jupiter Conjunction Broadcast – March 1, 2023
Live online broadcast from Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, CA | March 1, 2023
On the evening of March 1, 2023, there will be a conjunction of planets Venus and Jupiter visible from Los Angeles.
Griffith Observatory is hosting an online broadcast of the conjunction on March 1, 2023, from 6:10 p.m. – 8:10 p.m., PST. The Observatory will stream the conjunction live online, weather permitting.
NOTE: If skies are clear, the conjunction should be visible to the unaided eye from anywhere in southern California. It is safe to view a conjunction without any eye protection. You do not need a telescope to see this conjunction. Just go outside and look to the west.
Venus - Jupiter Conjunction
Broadcast Timeline (All Times in PST)
|6:10 p.m.||Online broadcast begins|
|8:10 p.m.||Online broadcast ends|
|8:14 p.m.||Venus and Jupiter set|
What is a Planetary Conjunction?
A planetary conjunction occurs when two or more planets pass close to each other in the sky. On March 1, planets Venus and Jupiter will be at conjunction, separated by only the diameter of the full moon.