Look how Jupiter and the moon are getting closer in the night sky

Look how Jupiter and the moon are getting closer in the night sky

On Saturday and Sunday evening, the astrologers observed the view of the growing bulge of the Moon, which was floating next to the "King of the Planets" by Jupiter.

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Jupiter is now considered the second brightest object in the night sky and does not enter until almost morning.

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The gas giant is one of the best planets for amateur astronomers and can be seen with an unarmed eye; the viewers with the smallest telescopes or binoculars can identify its bright satellites, also known as the moon's Galileos — Europe, Ganymede, Callisto and Io.

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Some have also been able to see Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system, far from the moon than the gas giant.

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For those with large aperture telescopes of 15 cm or more, it is possible to see its cloud belts well, as well as the famous Great Red Blur — a giant storm that has raged on the planet for several hundred years.

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For those who did not consider the convergence of the Moon and Jupiter due to bad weather conditions, there will be another opportunity, a phenomenon that can be seen again in the fall, on 4 November.