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The Moon, Saturn and Jupiter Are Aligning Tonight – It’s A Rare Chance To See All Three of Them So Close To One Another – Broadsheet

Three of the Milky Ways most famous celestial bodies are getting together tonight. The moon, Jupiter and Saturn are all usually quite easy to find on their own (especially the moon), but this evening theyll align in a close, bright, and easy-to-spot diagonal.
So Jupiter will be in the top left, and then youll get Saturn, and then youll get the moon, says Clare Kenyon, an astrophysicist at the University of Melbourne. Jupiter and Saturn will be the brightest things you can see near the moon. An…

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