SOLAR SYSTEM TRIO: DON'T MISS THE JUNE 7-8 MOON-JUPITER-SATURN CONJUNCTION! Learn More ...
Rising in the southeast on June 7th and 8th, Jupiter, Saturn, and the Moon are well placed for observing, with 5 degrees of seperation between Jupiter and Saturn. On the 7th the Moon approaches Jupiter with a seperation of 6 degrees, and on the 8th it is 4.5 degrees away from Saturn. They will rise around 11pm, and reach their highest point in the sky around 4am, providing ample observing time.
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