As there are differing number of conjunctions between planets and a moon and two planets, we are splitting these types into 2 separate articles to make it easier to review. To learn more about what a conjunction is, here is an article on the topic.
The first table will just be a list of conjunctions of 2 planetary bodies in the solar system.
|Time||Object 1||Object 2||Separation||Where To Find In Sky|
|March 05, 2021 06:49 UTC||Jupiter||Mercury||0°19′|
|29 Mar 202119:10 UTC||Mercury||Neptune||1°23′|
|29 May 202105:20 UTC||Venus||Mercury||0°24′|
|13 Jul 202107:06 UTC||Mars||Venus||0°29′|
|19 Aug 202104:06 UTC||Mercury||Mars||0°04′|
|Dec 29th 202101:02 UTC||Venus||Mercury||4°13′|
The number of conjunctions between two planetary bodies is dwarfed by the number of events with the Moon and a planet. For example, there are 6 planetary conjunction events on this list, but it would not be unusual to have that many conjunctions between a moon and planets in a 2 or 3 month stretch.
This article just provides information about when these happen, not necessarily the type, such as an inferior conjunction event.
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