PENNSYLVANIA (WHTM) — Lots of people have seen two bright lights in the night sky above Pennsylvania, so what are they?
The answer: Venus and Jupiter!
Although the planets are around 400 million miles apart, a Venus-Jupiter conjunction is happening as the two planets’ paths cross while they orbit the sun.
Venus is the brighter of the two planets and can be seen on the right-hand side of Jupiter.
The two planets will come closer together before eventually drifting apart over the coming days and weeks.