Jupiter And Its 4 Moons Will Be Visible To Unaided Eye In June Written 7 June 2019

7 June 2019
USA Today reports that Jupiter on Monday will “be visible with the naked eye as it rises in the east at sunset and climbs high through the sky all night, before setting in the west as the sun rises Tuesday.” During the planet’s opposition, viewers on Earth will “also be able to spot four of Jupiter’s moons on both sides of the planet.” NASA said, “Although opposition takes place on a specific date, the entire month or so around opposition is an equally good time to observe the planet.” (Image Credit: NASA/JPL | Wikipedia)
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