Planets

Fly Me to Jupiter Now!

Earth

Around 10 PM, look up into the eastern sky and you’ll see the Moon. To its right, you’ll find what looks like a very bright star: It’s Jupiter. Point a spotting scope (or maybe even binoculars) at it and you’ll see four of Jupiter’s 63 brightest moons in a line (plane), two on either side. […]

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