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Do You See Jupiter In The Sky Near The Moon Right Now Or Not? 11/29/2012 Thursday h. 7 PM
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 17989851:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzY5MTIxXzlGNTU1] [quote:DUCM900:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzY5MTA0XzQyNTU2MzU4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 17989851:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzY5MDM5XzE2MEIyNjEx] [quote:DUCM900:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzY4OTU3XzEwODRGMDdB] Jupiter today, must be visible in the pretty same location of yestarday, so near and up the moon. [/quote] Except that the moon moves much faster against the background of stars than does Jupiter. In fact, at this time, Jupiter's apparent movement is retrograde (to the west) because it is nearly at opposition, while the moon always moves to the east (against the background of stars). [/quote] If you use any planetarium software you will see Jupiter Up and Near the moon today. [/quote] But not as close as it was yesterday. [/quote]
11/29/2012 Thursday h. 7 PM. You tell me plz.
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