Saturn live position and data. This page shows Saturn location and other relevant astronomical data in real time. The celestial coordinates, magnitude, distances and speed are updated in real time and are computed using high quality data sets provided by the JPL Horizons ephemeris service (see acknowledgements for details). The sky map shown below represents a rectangular portion of the sky ...
Saturn and Jupiter are easy to spot in the early evening sky now. During the winter and early spring these planets were at their best when they reached their respective oppositions to the Sun ...
Our two worlds are close now, and Saturn, in turn, shines at its brightest best in Earth’s sky. Watch for the bright moon to couple up with Saturn on or near July 15, as shown on the sky chart ...
Saturn's atmosphere exhibits a banded pattern similar to Jupiter's, but Saturn's bands are much fainter and are much wider near the equator. The nomenclature used to describe these bands is the same as on Jupiter. Saturn's finer cloud patterns were not observed until the flybys of the Voyager spacecraft during the 1980s.
Saturn is the sixth planet outward from the sun and farthest planet that’s easily visible to the unaided eye. You need a telescope to see the planet’s wide, encircling rings, but Saturn is ...
This freed up at least one Saturn V, allowing the wet workshop to be replaced with the "dry workshop" concept: the station (now known as Skylab) would be built on the ground from a surplus Saturn IB second stage and launched atop the first two live stages of a Saturn V. A backup station, constructed from a Saturn V third stage, was built and is ...
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This Month’s Ephemeris . July 2019: Ephemeris Tables for Midnight, ET Where Are the Planets Now? Here is the current month’s ephemeris table, showing the day-by-day positions by sign and degree of the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
But now, Saturn has reached a point where its low altitude and its proximity to the bright twilight glow is making it increasingly difficult to see. Nonetheless, on Tuesday evening, there will be ...
Saturn reaches its Eastern stationary point in Western Capricornus in mid-May 2020 before retrograding back into Sagittarius in early July, where the planet reaches its Western stationary point in late September. Having now moved to the South of the ecliptic, Saturn's loops switch from