This is not about: “She’s from Venus; he’s from … an alternate universe?” This is about two real planets in conjunction.
Named after Roman gods who, at least in theory, controlled the solar system as Rome did much of Europe, Mars and Venus now appear setting close together in the night sky. Today they will set about 10 minutes apart. On Saturday, February 21, they will set the sky aflame!
Last weekend in the mountains I saw Jupiter rising in the east
and, 180 degrees opposite in the west, Venus setting. Head-turning.