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Monday, 21 December 2020

Tonight's the night!

For the close conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, that is! If it's clear where you are, look just above the horizon to the south west as it starts getting dusky - from 4.00pm, probably. With a birding scope and a high-power eyepiece, you should easily be able to see Jupiter's four largest moons - you might even glimpse Saturn's huge satellite, Titan. These photos were taken last night at around 5.15.

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