TULSA, Oklahoma –
The weather was perfect on Thursday morning for an interesting sight in the sky in Oklahoma.

Venus and Jupiter are arranged with the lunar moon above the eastern horizon.

This is not an unusual event, as astronomers say that this year there will be 14 planetary connectors, but it is still interesting to witness.

Jupiter and Venus are, in fact, hundreds of millions of miles, but their orbits put them in a relatively regular position making them appear together in the sky on Earth.