On May 23, Jupiter and Venus converge to less than 5 degrees apart, close enough for simultaneous binocular viewing.
On May 24, Mercury passes Venus less than 2 degrees from Venus in right ascension. Around this time, the three planets will begin to look like a triangle in the twilight.
On May 26, the triangle of Venus, Jupiter and Mercury will be most compact.
By May 27, the triangle is beginning to disperse, but wait … keep watching.
On May 28, Venus passes Jupiter in right ascension, at a distance of 1 degree. The two brightest worlds 1 degree apart! It’ll be an awesome sight.