Neptune joins Jupiter and Saturn in the night sky Tuesday night

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Neptune joins Jupiter and Saturn in the sky Tuesday night

Be sure to look in the eastern sky after 9 p.m. for the best viewing.



THE WEB SITE RIGHT THERE ON YOUR SCENRE. GABY: CAROL: A HEADS UP, LITERALLY, ABOUT SOMEBODY WORTH LOOKING AT IN THE SKY TOMORROW NIGHT. JUPITER AND SATURN ARE VISIBLE NOW, SHOWING UP IN THE SOUTHEASTERN SKY JUST AFTER SUNSET. ISTH IS VIDEO FROM PARE, A DARK SKY SPOT IN THE NATIONAL FOREST, WHERE SKY GAZERS LEARNED ABOUT BOTH PLANETS LAST WEEK. JUPITER AND SATURN CAN BE SEEN WITH THE NAKED EYE. BUT YOU HAVE A GOOD PAIR OF BINOCULARS, CAN YOU SEE NEPTUNE, IT WILL BE OPPOSITE THE SUN, LOOK FOR IT IN EASTERN SKY A

Neptune joins Jupiter and Saturn in the sky Tuesday night

Be sure to look in the eastern sky after 9 p.m. for the best viewing.

On Tuesday night, Neptune, the eighth planet from the sun, will reach opposition, rising at sunset and staying in the sky all night. Science Times calls it a rare triple-conjunction.Although stargazers will need a telescope to see Neptune, but they can see Jupiter and Saturn, which reached opposition in August, with the naked eye.Be sure to look in the eastern sky after 9 p.m. for the best viewing.

On Tuesday night, Neptune, the eighth planet from the sun, will reach opposition, rising at sunset and staying in the sky all night.

Science Times calls it a rare triple-conjunction.

Although stargazers will need a telescope to see Neptune, but they can see Jupiter and Saturn, which reached opposition in August, with the naked eye.

Be sure to look in the eastern sky after 9 p.m. for the best viewing.



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