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Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)

 
Steffenfield
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05/31/2018 10:07 AM
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Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)
At 11 p.m. your local time, Saturn will appear just 2 degrees to the right and will be the closest and brightest object relative to the moon.

Image of how it will be seen in the night's sky:
[link to i.imgur.com (secure)]

"The rings are visible even in steadied (or image-stabilized) high-power binoculars and small spotting scopes."

So tonight there's the potential chance to view "the most spectacular planet in the solar system".

Anyway, I thought I would share in case someone will find interest in this. :)


SOURCE:
[link to www.space.com (secure)]

Bonus humor:
[link to i.imgur.com (secure)]
Anonymous Coward
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05/31/2018 10:30 AM
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Re: Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)
Is my "local time" the same as your "local time?" Thanks in advance. Good stuff though, seriously. Tx.
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Re: Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)
Ring-a-ding-ding!!
Steffenfield  (OP)

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05/31/2018 10:34 AM
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Re: Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)
Is my "local time" the same as your "local time?" Thanks in advance. Good stuff though, seriously. Tx.
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Your local time, where ever you live in the US. :)
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05/31/2018 10:36 AM

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Re: Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)
Isn't the full moon gonna be very close, 2 degrees, from Saturn. Wouldn't the brilliance of the moon almost drown out the brilliance of Saturn. Would have been much better if there was a New Moon and then Saturn's brilliance would have been very bright in the night sky...
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Re: Tonight will be a great chance to view Saturn (May 31st)
I thought the full moon was two days ago.