Chambers of the National Civil Protection Coordination of Puebla captured incredible images of the volcano Popocatepetl and his curious “interaction” he had with the Moon, Venus and Mars. Below in Unotv.com we tell you what happened.
In social networks a video circulates that shows how at dawn, the Moon, Venus and Mars “fell” on the Popocatepetl, considered the second highest volcano in Mexico, and how curiously it emits a fumarole.
The conjunction of Mars and Venus
This phenomenon seen on Popocatepetl may be related to the conjunction of these two planets. East Tuesday July 13 in the evening, Venus and Mars will be very close to each other, with Mars appearing half a degree below Venus.
The pair will only be about 4 degrees above the west-northwest horizon when evening twilight ends at 20:44 hours in Mexico, as reported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
After tonight Venus will continue to move to the left each night, away from mars and towards the bright Regulus star.