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Saturn comes up up a few hours after Jupiter. Throughout the month, you can view Saturn between the king planet Jupiter and the queen planet Venus as the morning darkness ebbs toward dawn.

www.space.com/29786-saturn-moon-skywatching-guide.html

You’ll have another chance to see the moon near to Saturn on Saturday evening, July 25th (although the two will not be quite as close as they are tonight). Saturn can be seen with the naked eye ...

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June, July and August are especially good months for viewing Saturn in 2017. But you can find Saturn in May, 2017, too, especially when the moon sweeps past on May 11, 12 and 13.

www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/night

Planet Distance, Brightness, and Size in the Sky See how far the planets are from the Sun or Earth, how bright they look, and their apparent size in the sky. Moon Phase Chart Moon phases visualized in real time, the past or the future. Meteor Shower Sky Map Where and when can you see shooting stars? When is the next meteor shower?

www.latimes.com/science/space/la-sci-sn-saturn-opposition...

Saturn will be shining more brightly tonight than at any other time of the year, and you can see it live, right here. Beginning at 6 p.m. Friday the astronomy website Slooh.com will broadcast a ...

www.space.com/26451-saturn-moon-conjunction-night-sky.html

See Saturn and the Moon in Night Sky Tonight. ... Look up tonight (July 7) to spot Saturn hovering very close to the moon. ... we promise. You can unsubscribe at any time and we'll never share ...

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Tonight you will have a very rare opportunity to see the planet Saturn!! It will happen tonight right after sunset in the SE skies. Once the sun sets and you see the moon come up, look just above it to the left and you will see what looks like a star, that is Saturn! If you have a telescope you ...

www.scitech.org.au/the-sky-tonight

The evening of 25 April will see the first of three lunar occultations of Saturn visible from Australia for 2019. This is when the Moon will “hide” Saturn for a while, but this one won’t be visible from WA, only from SE Australia and Tasmania, as can be seen in the map below.

www.universetoday.com/38895/what-planets-are-visible-tonight

Are you interested in knowing what planets are visible tonight? Almost every night of the year, some planet in our solar system can be spotted using either just your eyes, a pair of binoculars or ...

www.wikihow.com/Find-Saturn

How to Find Saturn. Lots of amateur astronomers and even seasoned stargazers will say that Saturn is the most beautiful point of light in our celestial sphere. After seeing the cartoon version, looking at the real thing is an incredible...