Photos by Stephan R. Leimberg
December 22, 2020
Editor’s Note: How fortunate we are to have Steve Leimberg share his photographs with us, especially when we are in the midst of an astronomical wonder such as Jupiter and Saturn pairing up. According to the New York Times, Jupiter and Saturn are “paired up in the southwestern sky, appearing closer than they have in more than 800 years . . . ” If you have missed it, you have one more night to check the southwestern sky about two hours after sunset.