How to photograph the “great conjunction” of the winter solstice of Jupiter and Saturn tonight

Are you planning to watch the “great conjunction” of Jupiter and Saturn tonight (December 21)? You can photograph the event once every 800 years with only your mobile phone in your pocket.

Tonight, Jupiter and Saturn will look so close in the night sky that they will appear as a bright “star”. The couple reaches a close relationship once every 20 years, but tonight, the planets will be the closest they have had to the night sky in almost 800 years.