Scene in Edmonds: End of June sunset, and planets converge

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By David Carlos: The final sunset of June 2015.
From David Carlos: The final sunset of June 2015.
Jupiter (top star) and Venus (bottom star) visually converge in the sky, appearing as if they are a double star.  According to NASA, they are 1/3 of a degree apart.  This won't happen again until October 2015.
Jupiter (top star) and Venus (bottom star) visually converge in the sky Tuesday, appearing as if they are a double star. According to NASA, they are one-third of a degree apart. This won’t happen again until October 2015.

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