Venus Will Meet Pleiades Star Cluster After Eight Years This Weekend: Date, Time & How To See Them?

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This weekend, Pleiades or ‘Seven Sisters’ will have an additional ‘star’ to temporarily become the ‘Eight Sisters’. Every eight year the brightest planet and the best-known cluster come together. At times they are apart while sometimes they are closer. This year is good for the viewers as venus makes a pit-stop in the Pleiades. Though the beautiful sight will be visible with naked eyes, a great view is assured through any pair of binoculars. It will be best seen on the evenings of April 3 and April 4, 2020.