Borrowed Atoms.

By chancemedley

Close Encounter.

Across the inner solar system, Venus and Mars line up in space as seen from Earth - a close conjunction where these distant worlds seem to pass within a quarter of a degree of each other, low in the predawn sky.

A testament of Earth's own orbit around the Sun, this changing perspective shifts the apparent position of these planets to create a unique pairing in the heavens.

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